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  • Taxonomy Change Operations @ The Clog
    definitions of a given node renaming the new subsets and positioning the subsets at an appropriate place in the taxonomy In adding a node as a leaf there is usually no difficulty as long as we retain the principles under which the taxonomy is being maintained When we add an internal node at some intermediate level of the taxonomy we will need to consider whether we are adhering to these principles for what would be the children of the new internal node For the frame element taxonomy the addition of nodes will be performed when there is a change in FrameNet Deleting a leaf node should also be straightforward since we will not be affecting any other nodes in the taxonomy Deleting an internal node however will have repercussions for its child nodes A decision will have to be made on what to do with these either deleting them as well or moving them to other places in the taxonomy For the frame element taxonomy the deletion of nodes will be performed when there is a change in FrameNet Merging nodes first involves assessing the target node i e determining whether to keep the name or creating a new name Second we have to determine what happens to all the children of each of the nodes being merged In creating the frame element taxonomy nodes were merged when there was some problem with the creation of the digraph image e g a slash in the frame element name or the node names were differed only in case For the frame element taxonomy the merging of nodes will be performed when there is a compelling reason to do so this reason will need to be stated explicitly Moving a node and possibly moving a subtree involves changing the hypernym of the node When doing so it will be necessary to keep in mind the principles underlying the construction of the taxonomy and making sure that the children of the moved node will continue to adhere to these principles For the frame element taxonomy the moving of nodes will be performed when there is a compelling reason to do so this reason will need to be stated explicitly Splitting a node is perhaps the most interesting operation in changing a taxonomy First it will be necessary to determine how to name the new nodes Second it will be necessary to identify how the children will be affected In all likelihood the children will be split into subsets with some children going to each of the new nodes For the frame element taxonomy the splitting of nodes will generally be based on an examination of the frame element definitions It will generally be clear that a node being split has more than one sense This operation is analogous to the splitting of a word s meaning in a dictionary into subsenses In making any changes to a taxonomy it is important to keep a change log In this way the full explication of

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  • Category » Uncategorized « @ The Clog
    be analyzed in different ways Read the rest of this entry digraph analysis Electronic dictionaries Semantic Primitives Taxonomy Change Operations Posted in January 29 2010 11 28 amh Ken No Comments I have been involved in the development of a frame element hierarchy or taxonomy based on FrameNet s frame to frame relations and frame element definitions Since I know that this taxonomy is not perfect and can be improved I need to consider the types of operations that might be involved in making changes Although this may seem Read the rest of this entry Uncategorized frame elements ontologies taxonomies Categories Select Category Construction patterns 2 Content Analysis 1 digraph analysis 7 Electronic dictionaries 4 Usage examples 2 Prepositions 5 Represenation of meaning 2 Semantic Analysis 1 Uncategorized 2 Semantic Primitives 1 word sense disambiguation 4 Tags cognitive neuroscience collocational features computational lexicons dictionary clues digraph analysis Firth maxim frame to frame relations frame elements FrameNet inference steps MCCA meaning fragments natural language processing ontologies preposition classes preposition complements preposition meaning representation of meaning semantic dependency graphs semantic relations semantic role features sentence dictionary strong components syntactic features taxonomies tweets Twitterverse word sense disambiguation word sketches Lexicon ACL SIGLEX CL

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  • Preposition construction patterns @ The Clog
    since they need to encapsulate both syntactic and semantic attributes The guidelines for preposition construction patterns need to be developed As a model for clues we are using 1 the style guide for the Hector dictionary project as followed in Senseval 1 and 2 the Corpus Query Language as used in the Word Sketch Engine These are not sufficient for our purposes but they provide a suitable starting point Construction patterns Prepositions dictionary clues word sense disambiguation You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website XHTML You can use these tags a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Categories Select Category Construction patterns 2 Content Analysis 1 digraph analysis 7 Electronic dictionaries 4 Usage examples 2 Prepositions 5 Represenation of meaning 2 Semantic Analysis 1 Uncategorized 2 Semantic Primitives 1 word sense disambiguation 4 Tags cognitive neuroscience collocational features computational lexicons dictionary clues digraph analysis Firth maxim frame to frame relations frame elements

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  • Tag » digraph analysis « @ The Clog
    digraph whose derivation was described in a previous post are to identify the primitive frame elements and to show the derivational hierarchy of each of the other frame elements There are 1015 frame elements in the frame element dictionary Based on the hypernym relationships this yields a Read the rest of this entry digraph analysis digraph analysis frame elements FrameNet Frame element hierarchy Posted in August 6 2009 4 42 pmh Ken 1 Comment O Hara and Wiebe 2009 provide an inventory of semantic relations derived from the frame elements of FrameNet along with a mapping identifying what was done for semantic roles occurring at least 50 times They also discuss a number of other schemes for identifying a set of basic semantic relations or roles Marquez et al 2008 Read the rest of this entry Represenation of meaning digraph analysis frame elements FrameNet semantic relations Page 2 of 2 Previous 1 2 Categories Select Category Construction patterns 2 Content Analysis 1 digraph analysis 7 Electronic dictionaries 4 Usage examples 2 Prepositions 5 Represenation of meaning 2 Semantic Analysis 1 Uncategorized 2 Semantic Primitives 1 word sense disambiguation 4 Tags cognitive neuroscience collocational features computational lexicons dictionary clues digraph analysis

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  • Tag » frame elements « @ The Clog
    frame element digraph whose derivation was described in a previous post are to identify the primitive frame elements and to show the derivational hierarchy of each of the other frame elements There are 1015 frame elements in the frame element dictionary Based on the hypernym relationships this yields a Read the rest of this entry digraph analysis digraph analysis frame elements FrameNet Frame element hierarchy Posted in August 6 2009 4 42 pmh Ken 1 Comment O Hara and Wiebe 2009 provide an inventory of semantic relations derived from the frame elements of FrameNet along with a mapping identifying what was done for semantic roles occurring at least 50 times They also discuss a number of other schemes for identifying a set of basic semantic relations or roles Marquez et al 2008 Read the rest of this entry Represenation of meaning digraph analysis frame elements FrameNet semantic relations Electronic dictionaries of the future Posted in August 5 2009 4 42 pmh Ken 1 Comment Current electronic dictionaries are presently little more than transcriptions of paper dictionaries To be sure they have a lot more information than is present in the print versions But they are not really designed to support natural language processing The major needs of the future are 1 a set of instances illustrating each sense of Read the rest of this entry Construction patterns Electronic dictionaries Represenation of meaning Usage examples word sense disambiguation frame elements FrameNet semantic dependency graphs sentence dictionary Page 2 of 2 Previous 1 2 Categories Select Category Construction patterns 2 Content Analysis 1 digraph analysis 7 Electronic dictionaries 4 Usage examples 2 Prepositions 5 Represenation of meaning 2 Semantic Analysis 1 Uncategorized 2 Semantic Primitives 1 word sense disambiguation 4 Tags cognitive neuroscience collocational features computational lexicons dictionary clues digraph analysis Firth

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  • Tag » FrameNet « @ The Clog
    more information than is present in the print versions But they are not really designed to support natural language processing The major needs of the future are 1 a set of instances illustrating each sense of Read the rest of this entry Construction patterns Electronic dictionaries Represenation of meaning Usage examples word sense disambiguation frame elements FrameNet semantic dependency graphs sentence dictionary Page 2 of 2 Previous 1 2 Categories Select Category Construction patterns 2 Content Analysis 1 digraph analysis 7 Electronic dictionaries 4 Usage examples 2 Prepositions 5 Represenation of meaning 2 Semantic Analysis 1 Uncategorized 2 Semantic Primitives 1 word sense disambiguation 4 Tags cognitive neuroscience collocational features computational lexicons dictionary clues digraph analysis Firth maxim frame to frame relations frame elements FrameNet inference steps MCCA meaning fragments natural language processing ontologies preposition classes preposition complements preposition meaning representation of meaning semantic dependency graphs semantic relations semantic role features sentence dictionary strong components syntactic features taxonomies tweets Twitterverse word sense disambiguation word sketches Lexicon ACL SIGLEX CL Research The Preposition Project February 2016 M T W T F S S May 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

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  • 27 @ September @ 2011 @ The Clog
    Construction patterns 2 Content Analysis 1 digraph analysis 7 Electronic dictionaries 4 Usage examples 2 Prepositions 5 Represenation of meaning 2 Semantic Analysis 1 Uncategorized 2 Semantic Primitives 1 word sense disambiguation 4 Tags cognitive neuroscience collocational features computational lexicons dictionary clues digraph analysis Firth maxim frame to frame relations frame elements FrameNet inference steps MCCA meaning fragments natural language processing ontologies preposition classes preposition complements preposition meaning representation of

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  • 10 @ March @ 2011 @ The Clog
    1 digraph analysis 7 Electronic dictionaries 4 Usage examples 2 Prepositions 5 Represenation of meaning 2 Semantic Analysis 1 Uncategorized 2 Semantic Primitives 1 word sense disambiguation 4 Tags cognitive neuroscience collocational features computational lexicons dictionary clues digraph analysis Firth maxim frame to frame relations frame elements FrameNet inference steps MCCA meaning fragments natural language processing ontologies preposition classes preposition complements preposition meaning representation of meaning semantic dependency graphs semantic

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