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Linguistically Enhanced Collocate Words Model [chapter]

Siaw Nyuk Hiong, Bali Ranaivo-Malançon, Narayanan Kulathuramaiyer, Jane Labadin
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Semantic window is found to perform better than sliding window for linguistically enhanced collocate word extraction.  ...  The semantic window of word has linguistic elements which can be injected for collocate word identification. Selected data has been used as case studies.  ...  Introduction It has been reviewed that bag-of-word (BOW) approach ignores the context of occurrence of the word and association between words [20, 21, 22] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-12844-3_20 fatcat:l234d7shuvch3c5js26okocgpq

An Automatic Collocation Extraction from Arabic Corpus

Saif
2011 Journal of Computer Science  
Approach: We used the hybrid method for extracting the collocations from Arabic corpus that is based on linguistic information and association measures.  ...  Because of the complexities of Arabic, the collocations undergo some variations such as, morphological, graphical, syntactic variation that constitutes the difficulties of identifying the collocation.  ...  These words with their frequency and linguistic categories are stored in the new list (called enhanced unigram list).  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2011.6.11 fatcat:bf6r7qo345brzk7g4tp2xtj7nq

Teaching Collocations through Task-Based Instruction: The Case of Iranian EFL Students

Fahimeh Fanaee
2014 International Journal of Linguistics  
A pretest which attempted to determine their collocational knowledge was taken.  ...  Then the collocations were taught along with their regular instruction related to four skills of listening, reading, speaking, and writing.  ...  Most of the traditional approaches have advocated Presentation-Practice-Production model of vocabulary instruction in classroom settings, however, they do not provide learners with tasks that enhance their  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijl.v6i1.5167 fatcat:5o2oj5k6pnh7pnap544sx44cq4

The Thesaurus Conception As A New View On The Epistemological Function Of The Language

Svetlana Osokina
2017 Zenodo  
The article analyzes the leading linguistic conceptions which study the epistemological function of the language and offers some perspectives of research in this direction.  ...  The unit of the thesaurus in this respect cannot be a word. It must be a collocation, i.e. a combination of words, because only collocations show explicit word links.  ...  We made groups of set collocations with one word and called them "series". For instance, the series of collocation with the word God consists of such collocations as dear God!  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.496201 fatcat:lsoul7rlprchhc3vnjwn35hppm

DEVELOPING COLLOCATIONAL AND PHONOLOGICAL COMPETENCES OF EMERGING TEACHERS OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE THROUGH COGNITIVE APPROACH TO PROCESSING MULTI-WORD UNITS

Irisa Berga
2015 SOCIETY INTEGRATION EDUCATION Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference  
Research results imply that analytic processing of multi-word units relate moderately to the enhancement of the learner's collocational and phonological competences though relations between formal instruction  ...  a set of didactic and linguistic techniques like etymological, phonological, structural, lexical and semantic dissection of multi-word units.  ...  Dissection of lexical, semantic, and syntactic valency of words within collocations was introduced due to absence of the notion of collocation in the Latvian linguistic discourse.  ... 
doi:10.17770/sie2014vol1.741 fatcat:turfuw77nrcyjccnxoe7mjvqlu

A Three-Layered Collocation Extraction Tool and Its Application in China English Studies [chapter]

Jingxiang Cao, Dan Li, Degen Huang
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
core collocations in the semantic layer with a similar word thesaurus.  ...  The tool first extracts peripheral collocations in the frequency layer from dependency triples, then extracts semi-peripheral collocations in the syntactic layer by association measures, and last extracts  ...  Till now the model is monolingual, not multilingual.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-25816-4_4 fatcat:hue7vvd7cbcnhed2prdoen4e4y

Explicit and Implicit Collocation Teaching Methods: Empirical Research and Issues

Elaheh Hamed Mahvelati
2019 Advances in Language and Literary Studies  
The need for integrating collocations into English language syllabuses in order to enhance EFL/ESL learners' language accuracy and fluency has been emphasized by a great number of researchers and scholars  ...  Given this, finding viable collocation teaching methods has become the focal center of some specialists' interest.  ...  knowledge of collocational fields of already known words.  ... 
doi:10.7575//aiac.alls.v.10n.3p.105 fatcat:x7nsg52bavditpfnbikcywffeq

استخدام تعزيز المدخلات والنصوص الإلکترونية لتنمية کفاءة التّضَام المُعْجَمي باللغة الإنجليزية کلغة أجنبية لدي طلاب الجامعة

مروه سعيد مصطفى الجرواني
2019 Journal of Education  
Therefore, language teachers need to make sure that their students know which word goes with which other word(s), and that necessitates that collocations be taught.  ...  Typographic enhancement of multiword units in second language text. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 91 (9), 666-682. Brown, K. & Miller, J. (9975).  ...  As such, it is different from the language that teachers might provide as models or examples of how to do something.  ... 
doi:10.21608/edusohag.2019.57694 fatcat:arq3jpwgmfeu3mxsgpu34nat64

Explicit and Implicit Lexical Knowledge: Acquisition of Collocations Under Different Input Conditions

Suhad Sonbul, Norbert Schmitt
2012 Language Learning  
As a first step in addressing this gap, two laboratory experiments were conducted that evaluate different conditions (enriched, enhanced, and decontextualized) under which both adult native speakers (Experiment  ...  Results from mixed-effects modeling showed that all conditions led to significant long-term gains in explicit form recall and recognition both for natives and nonnatives, while no condition facilitated  ...  , delayed 3 ) and then item-related effects (length of Word 1, log frequency of Word 1, length of Word 2, log frequency of Word 2, frequency of the collocation).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9922.2012.00730.x fatcat:hwg6xbo6srdcrpmlffgdczgcqu

Development of Corpus Linguistic Using Lexical Teaching to Improve English Writing

Zhikun Sun, Kuruva Lakshmanna
2022 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
With the vigorous development of corpus linguistics, linguists propose the concept of "block" through a large amount of corpus and use the phrase as the teaching unit of English writing to enhance the  ...  The study of language based on text corpora is known as corpus linguistics.  ...  If the collocation span is defined as S, the frequency with which the collocated word coexists with each node word is C 1 • ð2S + 1Þ, 2S is the span position set on the left and right of the node word,  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/4024149 fatcat:iv3sdyanyffj3k6eebz6qyxb3e

The Use of COCA to Promote Writing Idiomaticity among Advanced Iranian EFL Learners

2017 International Journal on Studies in English Language and Literature  
However, it might allow learners to explore collocational competence by giving them access to the most frequent lexical bundles in written context.  ...  order to complete a writing task, they were prompted to resort to a series of strategies to collect information, to analyse and interpret data, and to draw conclusions about the most appropriate 2-5 word  ...  Firth (1957) pointed out to another model, that is, meaning by collocation.  ... 
doi:10.20431/2347-3134.0501003 fatcat:q27dox4tyrgkbicdairhrhfo6m

A Study of Semantic Clash in Skit-Humor within the Framework of Co-Selection

Lele Sun
2020 Open Journal of Social Sciences  
Co-selection is the core mechanism of language description in corpus linguistics.  ...  Relexicalization is one of the fundamental linguistic process in appreciating humor and offers the basis of a powerful and elegant explanatory hypostudy.  ...  Colligation is closely intertwined with collocation, and could be seen as the collocation of a node word with a particular grammatical class of words.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jss.2020.85007 fatcat:3b2chojcy5h67ebnswfi5awhou

Enhancing EFL Students' COCA-Induced Collocational Usage of Coronavirus: A Corpus-Driven Approach

Amir H. Y. Salama, Waheed M. A. Altohami
2022 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
The present study seeks to propose a novel pedagogical strategy for enhancing EFL students' collocational usage of the node 'coronavirus' as currently used in the Corpus of Contemporary American English  ...  First, employing the COCA as a pedagogical corpus tool can enhance the collocational competence of EFL students should a corpusdriven approach be used descriptively in the classroom.  ...  In other words, the corpus would support intuitive knowledge, confirm linguistic pre-set assumptions, and provide illustrative examples.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2022.0130226 fatcat:xyr4qk3ocjd4ljivvj4cmipiby

From Fidelity to Fluency: Natural Language Processing for Translator Training

Oi Yee Kwong
2018 Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Natural Language Processing Techniques for Educational Applications  
This study explores the use of natural language processing techniques to enhance bilingual lexical access beyond simple equivalents, to enable translators to navigate along a wider cross-lingual lexical  ...  Such cognitive aspects may not have been sufficiently modelled in static bilingual linguistic lexicons, especially between two very different languages like English and Chinese.  ...  and word embedding techniques is tested for their effects on re-prioritising word associations with respect to specific collocations for a given context.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/w18-3719 dblp:conf/acl-tea/Kwong18 fatcat:ie75qqcchzhujgsomcmm2dx4ei

Taming Textual Data: The Contribution of Corpus Linguistics to Computer-Aided Text Analysis

Irene Pollach
2011 Organizational Research Methods  
An interpretive analysis could be enhanced with open collocation searches and collocation measures as well as linguistic wordlists. However, corpus linguistics is not without limitations.  ...  More specifically, these pertain to the comparison of corpora by means of keywords, the dispersion of words within a set of corpora, the identification of strong collocations, and the enhancement of self-constructed  ...  CONCLUSION This paper has introduced corpus linguistics as an enhancement of or an alternative to computer-aided text analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1094428111417451 fatcat:qevs2tnelndjnddmb3wuisqjz4
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