By Chengfa Lu, Guonian Wang (auth.), Pengyuan Liu, Qi Su (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed chosen papers from the 14th chinese language Lexical Semantics Workshop, CLSW 2013, held in Zhengzhou, China, in might 2013. The sixty eight complete papers and four brief papers awarded during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 153 submissions. they're equipped in topical sections overlaying all significant issues of lexical semantics; lexical assets; corpus linguistics and functions on ordinary language processing.
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This sentence is a marked negation sentence because it negates a low amount and reaches a slight higher amount. Let’s probe into the B-type with Case (4) as an example. Assume the college student got 61 points in this math exam for kids. It is generally expected that a college 36 Y. Li student can easily pass the primary school mathematics exam, so the expected value of occurrence probability of “passing the exam” is high and that of “not passing” is low. Actually, he only got 61 points which means the value of “not passing the exam” is very high; if he had lost two more points, he would have failed the exam.
Stanford University Press, Stanford (1987) 14. : Foundations of Cognitive Grammar. Descriptive Application, vol. 2. Stanford University Press, Stanford (1991) 15. : Cognitive Grammar, A Basic Introduction, Oxford (2008) 16. : Grammaticalization: A Conceptual Framework. com Abstract. This paper focuses on Chinese non-canonical VN collocations from the NLP perspective. It first makes a classification of the Chinese non-canonical VN collocations, and then talks about their semantic features. This paper argues that, machine recognition of Chinese non-canonical collocations should not only consider the semantic roles of the objects, but also the verbs.
There are borders between countries, provinces, cities, towns and etc.. Border lines draw the outlines of districts. For that reason, it is not difficult to understand why 走 大干红五月 博士点 做寿 起五更 吹风 开始新的一年 哭爹 爹 逃荒 避雨 荒 逃荒，雨 养病 大碗 毛笔 飞北京 鞭子 避雨 病 抽鞭子 吃大碗 写毛笔 吃饭馆 北京 饭馆 A Study of Chinese Non-canonical VN Collocations 43 people say the shape of China is like a chanticleer, while the shape of Italy is like a high-heel shoe. Chanticleer and high-heel shoe here represent the shape of the country. Instrument and location objects both have the character of [+shape] but the rest two non-canonical objects do not have.
Chinese Lexical Semantics: 14th Workshop, CLSW 2013, Zhengzhou, China, May 10-12, 2013. Revised Selected Papers by Chengfa Lu, Guonian Wang (auth.), Pengyuan Liu, Qi Su (eds.)