Lexical Acquisition: Exploiting On-Line Resources to Build a Lexicon

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Lexical Acquisition: Exploiting On-Line Resources to Build a Lexicon

Edited by Uri Zernik Artificial Intelligence Laboratory General Electric Research and Development Center

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1991 Hillsdale, New Jersey Hove and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1. Introduction 1
  • 1.1 Introduction: A Lexical Bottleneck 1
  • 1.5 Conclusions 22
  • Bibliography 24
  • Part I Lexical Senses 27
  • 2. Making Sense of Lexical Acquisition 29
  • 2.1 Introduction 29
  • 2.5 Summary 43
  • 2.6 Conclusion 43
  • Bibliography 43
  • 3. Lexical Acquisition and Information Retrieval 45
  • 3.1 Introduction 45
  • 3.6 Conclusion 60
  • Acknowledgments 61
  • Bibliography 61
  • 4. Using Context for Sense Preference 65
  • 4.1 Introduction 65
  • 4.8 Conclusion 87
  • Acknowledgment 88
  • Bibliography 88
  • 5. Train1 Vs. Train2: Tagging Word Senses in Corpus - Uri Zernik Artificial Intelligence Laboratory General Electric - Research and Development Center 91
  • Part II Lexical Statistics 113
  • 6. Using Statistics in Lexical Analysis 115
  • 6.5 Conclusion 157
  • Bibliography 162
  • 7. Macrocoding the Lexicon with Co-Occurrence Knowledge 165
  • 7.6 Summary and Conclusion 183
  • Acknowledgments 184
  • Bibliography 184
  • 8. Lexical Databases and Textual Corpora: Perspectives of Integration for a Lexical Knowledge Base 191
  • Part III Lexical Representation 209
  • 9. Wordnet: A Lexical Database Organized on Psycholinguistic Principles 211
  • 9.1 Introduction 211
  • 10. Admitting Impediments 233
  • 10.5 Conclusion 256
  • Bibliography 257
  • 11. Conceptual Basis of the Lexicon in Machine Translation 263
  • 11.9 Summary 302
  • Bibliography 303
  • 12. Lexical Acquisition Through Symbol Recirculation in Distributed Connectionist Networks 309
  • 12.5 Conclusions 332
  • Bibliography 332
  • Part IV Lexical Semantics 339
  • 13. Acquiring a Semantic Lexicon for Natural Language Processing 341
  • 13.4 Concluding Remarks 363
  • Acknowledgments 364
  • Bibliography 364
  • 14. Lexicons for Broad Coverage Semantics 369
  • 14.5 Acknowledgments 386
  • Bibliography 386
  • 15. Representing and Acquiring Metaphor-Based Polysemy 389
  • 15.1 Introduction 389
  • Authors 416
  • Index 422
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