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Deverbal compound noun analysis based on lexical conceptual structure

Koichi Takeuchi, Kyo Kageura, Teruo Koyama
2003 Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting on Association for Computational Linguistics - ACL '03  
This paper proposes a principled approach for analysis of semantic relations between constituents in compound nouns based on lexical semantic structure.  ...  The results of applying our approach to the analysis of noun-deverbal compounds in Japanese and English show that lexical conceptual structure contributes to the restrictional rules in compounds.  ...  This paper proposes a principled approach for the analysis of semantic relations between constituents in compound nouns based on the theoretical framework of lexical conceptual structure (LCS), and shows  ... 
doi:10.3115/1075178.1075211 dblp:conf/acl/TakeuchiKK03 fatcat:2xmnshl7mbhe5psm73qxdrxwjy

Contents [chapter]

2022 Categories  
module -the linearization modulecircumstantials and dependency -subjunction vs. adjunctionfinitization, free absolutives, and subject formation -argumentsharing -subjects and routinization -restrictions on  ...  , goals and sources -feature combinations -'experiencers' decomposed -'holisticness'subject-selection hierarchy and routinization -localism -functors and dimensionality/orientation -non-morphological lexical  ...  Chapter Deverbal Nominalizations and the Genitive deverbal nominalizations -genitivization and base-derived arguments -event nouns -product nouns -agent nounsexperiencer nouns -hypotactic apposition in  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110724486-toc fatcat:kcixfkqd5jae7fz6hdv4teykfu

Exploiting Lexical Conceptual Structure for Paraphrase Generation [chapter]

Atsushi Fujita, Kentaro Inui, Yuji Matsumoto
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Lexical Conceptual Structure (LCS) represents verbs as semantic structures with a limited number of semantic predicates.  ...  This paper attempts to exploit how LCS can be used to explain the regularities underlying lexical and syntactic paraphrases, such as verb alternation, compound word decomposition, and lexical derivation  ...  Lexical Conceptual Structure Basic framework Among several frameworks of lexical semantics, we focus on the Lexical Conceptual Structure (LCS) [8] due to the following reasons.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11562214_79 fatcat:ngw3puqtjzacfc3d6iuzvybpbe

Selkirk's theory of verbal compounding: a critical appraisal

Rudolf P. Botha
2012 Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics  
Specifically, it is denied that it is the lexical form (i.e. predicate argument structure and associated grammatical functions) Botha 15 of the verb which is the base of the deverbal noun or adjective  ...  On the other hand, there are sharp shooter and well wisher which are verbal compounds of the form N [Adv N [V + erJ N I N • by (the lexical form of) the deverbal noun.  ... 
doi:10.5774/10-0-107 fatcat:6dlnh2hs4rhjdmnowtsift4q2a

Form and meaning in morphology: the case of Dutch 'agent nouns'

1986 Linguistics  
This is demonstrated by a detailed study of one affix, the déverbal suffix -er in Dutch, which creates subject names.  ...  Some morphologists have proposed the separation of form and meaning in morphology because of the lack of a one-to-one correspondence between them.  ...  Verbal compounds like hooibinder are listed here as examples of deverbal nouns because they should be considered as compounds whose second constituents are déverbal nouns.  ... 
doi:10.1515/ling.1986.24.3.503 fatcat:j3ccglf25zcunccpxyn4whrdw4

French N-age instrumentals: semantic properties of the base verb

Karen Ferret, Florence Villoing
2015 Morphology  
This analysis leads us to reconsider the polysemy of deverbal nouns, not as systematically based on the notion of semantic drift from a derived lexeme, but, for some interpretations, as a construct of  ...  We present the results of a study of instrumental N-age nominals, based on a sample of the deverbal-age nouns collected from the TLFi.  ...  evidence and theoretical modeling (Dusseldorf, July 2014), as well as to the members of UMR 7023 (University of Paris 8) and the participants of the JeNOM5 Workshop (Barcelona, June 2013), who commented on  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11525-015-9273-0 fatcat:w7jmcob2o5a7rkzgl5ohigzkxm

Categories of word-formation

Volkmar Lehmann
2015 Zenodo  
Categories such as agent noun, place noun, or gender marking, are the oldest, most common and most widely used semantic categories in word-formation, providing a suitable onomasiological basis for crosslinguistic  ...  Among the proposals to group such categories into more general semantic sets, the most well-known – especially in Slavic linguistics – is the one proposed by the Czech linguist Miloš Dokulil, who distinguished  ...  the subject of much linguistic research (cf. articles 35 on synthetic compounds in German, 36 on verbal pseudo-compounds in German, 40 on noun + noun compounds in French, 41 on VN compounds in Romance  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2552062 fatcat:6gp63uutozfb7bb4rkyrpqgvcu

Page 1987 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 28, Issue 4 [page]

1994 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
instruction, noun + noun constructions, Portuguese-speaking students, translation concerns; 9407095 English/Italian deverbal compounds’ argument structure, argument saturation account; 9407908 German determinative  ...  + noun, struc- tural-semantic linguistics; 9408610 Russian/Bulgarian lexical analogues /quasi-analogues comparative analysis, formal/semantic proximity; 9408612 Russian/Bulgarian lexical pairs comparative  ... 

Review article:Morphology in Greek Linguistics: The State of the Art

Angela Ralli
2003 Journal of Greek Linguistics  
Moreover, I do not take into consideration studies on historical and dialectal morphology or lexical borrowing, or works that cover areas where morphological issues interact with research in domains such  ...  It deals with word structure and attracts significant interest in languages that are morphologically rich, such as Modern Greek (hereafter Greek).  ...  Thus, the prosodic structure overrides the morphological structure and stress falls on a different syllable from that of the base.  ... 
doi:10.1075/jgl.4.09ral fatcat:d7ykn4adwjfwjkuegfenelhq2y

The Polymorphic Behaviour of Adjectives in Terminography

Paula de Santiago González, Larisa Grcic Simeunovic
2017 Meta : Journal des traducteurs  
the contribution of the study of adjectives to the conceptual structure of a knowledge field.  ...  Coincidentally, these adjectives are usually relational or deverbal ones.  ...  shallow depression (8) , topographic depression (7) , polje depression (7) , big depression (5) , karstic depression (5) , sinkhole depression (5) , irregular depression (4) , deep depression (4) , compound  ... 
doi:10.7202/1040473ar fatcat:dyteidjzzvcgpjkwvo34lk2t7u

Compositionality in English deverbal compounds: The role of the head [chapter]

Gianina Iordăchioaia, Lonneke van der Plas, Glorianna Jagfeld
2020 Zenodo  
We present an interdisciplinary study on how the morphosyntactic properties of the deverbal noun head (e.g., assessment) can pre- dict the interpretation of the compound, as mediated by the syntactic-semantic  ...  We start with Grim- shaw's (1990) observation that deverbal nouns are ambiguous between composi- tionally interpreted argument structure nominals, which inherit verbal structure and realize arguments (  ...  of compound nouns, as part of the SFB 732 Incremental specification in context, as well as the project IO 91/1-1, all hosted at the University of Stuttgart.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3598557 fatcat:7la5k6pykngvdlutle22am52si

Syntactic category Information and the semantics of derivational morphological rules

Ingo Plag
2004 Folia linguistica  
Based on the general assumption that word-class specification of the input is a crucial ingredient of derivational morphology, far-reaching claims have been made.  ...  In standard generative approaches, word-formation rules contain, among other things, information on the semantics of the suffix and the syntactic category (or word-class) of possible bases.  ...  analysis of -ize in terms of Jackendoff's (1983 Jackendoff's ( , 1990 ) theory of lexical conceptual structure.  ... 
doi:10.1515/flin.2004.38.3-4.193 fatcat:2gdanlf3yfepnasqj2uestnpfm

A Corpus-based Analysis of the Constructions Have/Take/Get a Bath and Have/Take/Get a Rest in British English

Judita Giparaitė
2015 Žmogus ir Žodis  
The study aims at giving a qualitative analysis of the structures in question in British English on the basis of corpus data. All the data for analysis are collected from the BNC corpus.  ...  Constructions have/take/get a bath and have/take/get a rest are investigated in terms of grammatical and lexical features which include morphological forms, immediate collocations of deverbal nouns, combinability  ...  This view is based on the exploration of only two deverbal nouns and needs further analysis which could include more nouns with the same verbs.  ... 
doi:10.15823/zz.2015.10 fatcat:ge22muqiwbaydmjuliuxiaev2y

Contrastive Meanings of the Terms "Predicative" and "Predicational" in Various Linguistic Theories (II)

Neculai Curteanu
2004 Computer Science Journal of Moldova  
The two meanings are crossly pursued in several approaches of special interest, a taxonomy of the verbal and non-verbal categories based on their intrinsic feature of predicationality is proposed, and  ...  The first meaning of the two terms is of semantic nature and corresponds to those lexical categories that introduce a true predication, i.e. an event-denoting structure, within or not the context of a  ...  (a) Pat is on the roof.(b) Pat is the captain (of the team paper [35] (Reinhard; 1999) investigates (for German) a class of N-N compounds with deverbal head constituent.  ... 
doaj:27181b64945a45da981f08927c2b4e97 fatcat:unuesro25nbxrggd6tckkfbrsq

Compounds and multi-word expressions in Hungarian [chapter]

Ferenc Kiefer, Boglárka Németh, Barbara Schlücker
2019 Complex Lexical Units  
However, such an analysis would run counter the received view that subject arguments cannot be satisfied in compound structure (cf., for example, Di Sciullo/Williams 1987).  ...  Another type of lexical reduplication is when the base is copied with some kind of modification: either an initial consonant of the base is replaced by another one (cf. 13c), or there is a vowel alternation  ...  Kiefer (1990: 169) as follows: "Syntactically, both the bare noun and the prefix belong to the same class of elements, often referred to as preverb since under normal circumstances an element of this  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110632446-012 fatcat:gytyrjgakvhhvixevflqpg3emi
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