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The FrameNet Project is producing a lexicon of English for both human use and NLP applications, based on the principles of Frame Semantics, in which sentences are described on the basis of predicators which evoke semantic frames and other constituents which express the participants (frame elements) in these frames. Our lexicon contains detailed information(More)
The FrameNet project has developed a lexical knowledge base providing a unique level of detail as to the the possible syntactic realizations of the specific semantic roles evoked by each predicator, for roughly 7,000 lexical units, on the basis of annotating more than 100,000 example sentences extracted from corpora. An interim version of the FrameNet data(More)
Four full-thickness skin wounds made in normal mice led to the significant increase in levels of nerve growth factor (NGF) in sera and in wounded skin tissues. Since sialoadenectomy before the wounds inhibited the rise in serum levels of NGF, the NGF may be released from the salivary gland into the blood stream after the wounds. In contrast, the fact that(More)
This paper describes a research effort that exploits information available in the FrameNet database and seeks to find, for argument-structure-bearing verbs, nouns, and adjectives, the lexical heads of the phrases that satisfy the core semantic roles of those predicates, and to create from the database of annotated sentences collections of structured(More)
In this paper, we introduce the Spanish FrameNet Project which is creating an online lexical resource for Spanish, based on Frame Semantics and supported by corpus evidence. Spanish and English lexical units in the Emotion and Motion frames are compared and differences between the lexicalization patterns and constructions in both languages are described.(More)
CONCLUSION An epidemiological survey of hospitals and private clinics in Japan regarding idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL) revealed that the incidence of SSNHL was 60.9 per 100 000 population. There were more females than males in the younger generation. OBJECTIVE The incidence of SSNHL varies largely by country. Because the Japanese(More)
  • Hidekane Yoshimura, Satoshi Iwasaki, Shin-ya Nishio, Kozo Kumakawa, Tetsuya Tono, Yumiko Kobayashi +10 others
  • 2014
Usher syndrome is an autosomal recessive disorder manifesting hearing loss, retinitis pigmentosa and vestibular dysfunction, and having three clinical subtypes. Usher syndrome type 1 is the most severe subtype due to its profound hearing loss, lack of vestibular responses, and retinitis pigmentosa that appears in prepuberty. Six of the corresponding genes(More)