Cristina Barbero

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In this paper, we propose to introduce syntactic classes in a lexicalized formalism like dependency. Subcategories of words are organized hierarchically from a general, abstract level (syntactic categories) to a word-speciic level (single lexical items). The formalism is linguistically perspicuous, and useful for processing. A parsing model is deened, that(More)
PURPOSE Few prospective follow-up studies evaluating the use of peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs) to deliver chemotherapy and/or home parenteral nutrition (HPN) have focused exclusively on oncology outpatients. The aim of this prospective study was to assess the reliability and the safety of PICCs over a 5-year use in non-hospitalized cancer(More)
We read with great interest the study by Baghaei et al., and we congratulate the researchers for the noteworthy objective and results (1). The author reviewed 100 consecutive pediatric patients with congenital mitral valve disease that underwent mitral valve surgery through median sternotomy. Although in this study, most of the population was very young(More)
— The paper presents some early results of a new design investigation and research that is nowadays in progress, into the specific domain of the design and implementation of Internet of Things (IoT) services in urban areas. The generation of new added values during the usage of and the active involvement into urban services, perceived by the users(More)
Much recent work in computational linguistics emphasizes the role of lexical information in syntactic representation and processing. In this paper, I propose to represent syntax as an abstraction of subcategorization frames, from a word-speciic level to a general, abstract level (syntactic categories). The representation is linguistically perspicuous, and(More)