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  • CL Research Demo Registration
    you may return to this page and download another without re entering the information Also note that viewing any of the dictionaries requires that you also download the DIMAP demo For more details on each of these items see Demos or Electronic Dictionaries DIMAP Dictionary Maintenance Programs Demo demo CL Research Proximity Parser Demo demo MCCALite Evaluation Version demo FrameNet Explorer for Windows demo CL Research XML Analyzer demo Alphabetic

    Original URL path: http://www.clres.com/db/registration.php?download=spec (2016-02-11)
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  • CL Research Demo Registration
    you may return to this page and download another without re entering the information Also note that viewing any of the dictionaries requires that you also download the DIMAP demo For more details on each of these items see Demos or Electronic Dictionaries DIMAP Dictionary Maintenance Programs Demo demo CL Research Proximity Parser Demo demo MCCALite Evaluation Version demo FrameNet Explorer for Windows demo CL Research XML Analyzer demo Alphabetic

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  • FrameNet Explorer Code
    992 frame elements shown in a derivational path from the primitives The resultant image is quite large 4 0 MB and may take some time to load in a browswer Many links in the digraph particularly several arising from the frame to frame relations appear to be incorrect and give rise to questionable and debatable hierarchical paths Further analysis will be performed to make corrections in these links To facilitate the improvement of the hierarchy a web site has been developed to receive suggestions Further details on the frame element hierarchy are provided in Frame Element Taxonomy Frame Element MySQL Database Frame Element Web Site Frame Element Taxonomy To facilitate use of the frame element hierarchy the taxonomy has been been converted into a MySQL database with two tables one containing the taxonomy itself and the other containing the definitions of the frame elements as they are given in each FrameNet frame in which they appear The number of definitions ranges from one to as many as 483 for the frame element Time The taxonomy was created from the FrameNet Frame Element Dictionary using TAxonomy Validator TAV developed by Roberto Navigli A text file was generated and downloaded from TAV this file contains an identifier for each frame element its name its number of children with a list of identifiers for the children when non zero and its parent Definitions for each frame element were extracted from the FrameNet data where a definition is given for each frame element in each frame While many of the definitions are identical when a frame element appears in more than one frame there is considerable variation since each frame was characterized on its own Frame Element MySQL Database The Frame Element MySQL Database is constructed from three files fetax sql creates the database and its two tables fehier and fedefs fehier sql provides values for the fehier table and fedefs sql provides values for the fedefs table The table fehier consists of the following four columns feid the frame element identifier a 10 digit number name the frame element name parent the identifier of the frame element parent with the identifier equal to 0000000000 for the Top element numchild the number of direct children for the frame element The column feid is the primary key of this table The table fedefs consists of the following five columns frame the frame in which the frame element appears fename the frame element name feid the frame element identifier fetype the type of the frame element in this frame C for core P for peripheral and E for extra thematic fedef the definition of the frame element in this frame The primary key of this table is the combination frame feid Frame Element Web Site The Frame Element Taxonomy web site provides an interactive environment that allows an examination of the details of the taxonomy and mechanisms for making suggestions for changing the links The basic display shows the frame element name its identifying number its

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  • FrameNet Frame Element Hierarchy
    Frame Element Taxonomy Frame Element Description Frame Element Top Identifier Parent Number of Definitions 0 Number of Children 12 Path to Top Top Search

    Original URL path: http://www.clres.com/db/fetax.php (2016-02-11)
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  • CL Research Demo Registration
    you may return to this page and download another without re entering the information Also note that viewing any of the dictionaries requires that you also download the DIMAP demo For more details on each of these items see Demos or Electronic Dictionaries DIMAP Dictionary Maintenance Programs Demo demo CL Research Proximity Parser Demo demo MCCALite Evaluation Version demo FrameNet Explorer for Windows demo CL Research XML Analyzer demo Alphabetic

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  • CL Research Demo Registration
    you may return to this page and download another without re entering the information Also note that viewing any of the dictionaries requires that you also download the DIMAP demo For more details on each of these items see Demos or Electronic Dictionaries DIMAP Dictionary Maintenance Programs Demo demo CL Research Proximity Parser Demo demo MCCALite Evaluation Version demo FrameNet Explorer for Windows demo CL Research XML Analyzer demo Alphabetic

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  • CL Research Demo Registration
    you may return to this page and download another without re entering the information Also note that viewing any of the dictionaries requires that you also download the DIMAP demo For more details on each of these items see Demos or Electronic Dictionaries DIMAP Dictionary Maintenance Programs Demo demo CL Research Proximity Parser Demo demo MCCALite Evaluation Version demo FrameNet Explorer for Windows demo CL Research XML Analyzer demo Alphabetic

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  • Oxford University Press - CL Research Collaboration
    identifying an entry s core meaning in ordinary modern usage and the subsenses that specialize the core meaning NODE bases the ordinary modern usage on the British National Corpus and Oxford s reading program NODE contains considerable information useful in natural language processing NLP subcategorization patterns for verbs lexical preferences of verb subjects and objects and the modificands of adjectives syntactic features for nouns and adjectives and collocative evidence Collocations are provided in three forms with extensive phrasal main entries distinct phrases associated with a head word and corpus examples chosen to reflect actual usage and phrasal patterns In making NODE machine tractable CL Research has converted the NODE fields into clearly identified fields suitable for use in NLP based on CL Research s experience in creating lexicons for word sense disambiguation question answering and information extraction E g variable multiword units are converted into regular expressions containing lexical and syntactic preferences After conversion NODE data are available for many forms of analysis using DIMAP functionality most notably the parsing of definitions to populate the data with semantic relation links making the dictionary into a vast semantic network rooted in lexicographically sound data Inside DIMAP the data are available for further analysis most notably CL Research s digraph based primitive finding and dictionary mapping routines DIMAP also provides considerable flexibility in searching for definitional patterns regular expression searches on headwords definitions hypernyms features and other semantic links extracting subdictionaries and comparing entries with an integrated WordNet More details on CL Research s conversion and analysis of dictionary data are available in The Synergy of NLP and Computational Lexicography NODE DIMAP provides an unparalleled resource for research into the nature and application of the lexicon Moreover the CL Research collaboration with Oxford University Press lexicographers is an ongoing process of extracting

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