Lexicogrammar & Natural Language Processing 2015


Notes:

  • lexicalized grammar
  • lexico-grammatical analysis
  • lexico-grammatical annotation
  • lexico-grammatical behaviour
  • lexico-grammatical categories
  • lexico-grammatical characterisations
  • lexico-grammatical characteristics
  • lexico-grammatical co-occurrence
  • lexico-grammatical constructions
  • lexico-grammatical derivation
  • lexico-grammatical distinctions
  • lexico-grammatical frequency
  • lexico-grammatical guidance
  • lexico-grammatical information
  • lexico-grammatical knowledge
  • lexico-grammatical level
  • lexico-grammatical options
  • lexico-grammatical patterns
  • lexico-grammatical phrases
  • lexico-grammatical relationships
  • lexico-grammatical resources
  • lexico-grammatical strings
  • lexico-grammatical structure
  • lexico-grammatical study
  • lexico-grammatical use
  • lexico-grammatical variation
  • lexicogrammatical
  • lexicogrammatical characterization
  • lexicogrammatical checklist
  • lexicogrammatical choices
  • lexicogrammatical cline
  • lexicogrammatical conceptualisations
  • lexicogrammatical construal
  • lexicogrammatical description
  • lexicogrammatical differences
  • lexicogrammatical errors
  • lexicogrammatical features
  • lexicogrammatical realizations
  • lexicogrammatical rules
  • lexicogrammatical system
  • lexicogrammatical unit
  • morpho-lexico-grammatical
  • morphological analysis
  • morphosyntactic
  • morphosyntax

Resources:

  • the halliday centre tagger .. a browser based tool to aid text analysis with automatic visualization
  • kaiko.getalp.org .. dbnary is an effort to provide multilingual lexical data extracted from wiktionary
  • wmatrix .. corpus analysis and comparison tool

Wikipedia:

See also:

Lexical Analysis & Dialog Systems | Lexicogrammar & Natural Language Processing 2014


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Evaluative meaning in scientific writing: macro-and micro-analytic perspectives using data mining S Degaetano-Ortlieb – 2015 – scidok.sulb.uni-saarland.de … The focus lies on linguistic variation from a functional perspective, looking at the level of lexico-grammar, ie which lexico-grammatical features are used to evaluate within scientific writing and whether there are differences or commonalities between different disciplines in the … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Resolving shell nouns V Kolhatkar – 2015 – cs.toronto.edu … erature and techniques in statistical natural language processing. For evaluation, I developed annotated corpora for shell nouns and their content using crowdsourcing. … 5 2.1 Lexico-grammatical patterns of shell nouns from Schmid (2000). Shell noun … Cited by 3 Related articles All 36 versions

Revisiting Style, a Key Concept in Literary Studies J Berenike Herrmann, K van Dalen-Oskam… – Journal of Literary …, 2015 – degruyter.com … More recently, machine learning, and natural language processing (NLP) have advanced the development even further, with efficient techniques for representing and classifying large volumes of text and powerful machine learning algorithms to handle multi-dimensional and … Cited by 3 All 5 versions

Native language identification S Jarvis, M Paquot – 2015 – dial.uclouvain.be … Among other benefits, NLI appears to enhance the performance of a number of natural language processing (NLP) tasks such as speech recognition, parsing and information extraction (Mayfield Tomokiyo and Jones 2001). … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Near-synonymy analysis of the descriptive adjective “debeo,-la,-lo” in Sebian and its English couterpart “fat” D ?arapi? – Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics, 2015 – degruyter.com … 1999, 2001). Their “findings suggest the need to incorporate information about […] lexico-grammatical constructions in drawing links between different senses of a polysemous word” (Matlock and Gibbs 2001: 234). Other, more … Related articles All 4 versions

Predicting ESL learners’ oral proficiency by measuring the collocations in their spontaneous speech J Xu – 2015 – lib.dr.iastate.edu Page 1. Iowa State University Digital Repository @ Iowa State University Graduate Theses and Dissertations Graduate College 2015 Predicting ESL learners’ oral proficiency by measuring the collocations in their spontaneous speech Jing Xu Iowa State University … Related articles All 2 versions

Argument structure constructions in a Natural Language Processing environment A Luzondo-Oyón, FJR de Mendoza-Ibáñez – Language Sciences, 2015 – Elsevier … Volume 48, March 2015, Pages 70–89. Cover image Cover image. Argument structure constructions in a Natural Language Processing environment. … Keywords. Construction Grammar; Argument-structure constructions; Natural Language Processing; FunGramKB. 1. Introduction. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

[BOOK] Exploring (im) politeness in specialized and general corpora: Converging methodologies and analytic procedures ? Ruhi, Y Aksan – 2015 – books.google.com … formulae in TNC subcorpus by strategies Figure 7-1 A sample annotation of the lexico-grammatical forms in … His primary research areas are corpus linguistics, corpus design and construction, computational linguistics, natural language processing, and Turkish linguistics and … Cited by 2 Related articles

Improving multilingual sentiment analysis using linguistic knowledge M Di Bari – 2015 – etheses.whiterose.ac.uk … 1 Page 22. 1.1 The problem majority of the studies in Natural Language Processing (NLP), Sentiment analysis has to face the possibility that multiple opinions on different entities occur in the same sen- tence, sometimes expressing opposing sentiments (Shastri et al., 2010). … Related articles All 3 versions

[BOOK] A Descriptive Study of Bengali Words NS Dash – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. A Descriptive Study of Bengali Words Niladri Sekhar Dash Page 2. A Descriptive Study of Bengali Words Niladri Sekhar Dash # CAMBRIDGE # UNIVERSITY PREss Page 3. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS Cambridge … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

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Argumentative meanings and their stylistic configurations in clinical research publications OL Gladkova, C DiMarco, RA Harris – Argument & Computation, 2015 – Taylor & Francis … In E. Cabrio, S. Villata, & A. Wyner (Eds.), ArgNLP 2014: Frontiers and connections between argumentation theory and natural language processing. Proceedings of the Workshop on Frontiers and Connections between Argumentation Theory and Natural Language Processing. …

Corpora In The Classroom J GRIGALI?NIEN? – flf.vu.lt … In the fifty years since 1961, Corpus Linguistics has gradually extended its scope and influence, so that, as far as natural language processing is concerned, it has almost become a mainstream in itself. … natural language processing systems. Best-known corpora … Related articles

Building the Arabic Learner Corpus and a System for Arabic Error Annotation AYG Alfaifi – 2015 – etheses.whiterose.ac.uk … Page 7. – vii – Abstract Recent developments in learner corpora have highlighted the growing role they play in some linguistic and computational research areas such as language teaching and natural language processing. However, there is a lack of a well-designed Arabic … Related articles All 3 versions

Learning multiword expressions from corpora and dictionaries O Vincze – 2015 – ruc.udc.es Page 1. Learning multiword expressions from corpora and dictionaries Orsolya Vincze Doctoral thesis 2015 Supervisor: Dr. Margarita Alonso Ramos Departamento de Galego-Portugués, Francés e Lingüística Page 2. Page 3. Orsolya Vincze Learning multiword expressions from … Related articles All 3 versions

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