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NOMLEX: a lexicon of nominalizations
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NOMLEX is a dictionary of English nominalizations being developed by the Proteus Project at New York University. Expand
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Using NOMLEX to Produce Nominalization Patterns for Information Extraction
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This paper describes how NOMLEX, a dictionary of nominalizations, can be used in Information Extraction (IE). Expand
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Diagnostics for Determining Compatibility in English Support-Verb-Nominalization Pairs
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This paper describes the results of a study on the semantics of so-called support-verb-nominalization pairs in English. Expand
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Designing an Ontology of Dialogue Elements Modeling Doctor-Patient Exchanges
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Improved method and apparatus for facilitating fast barrier synchronization in a parallel-processing system, including memory-mapped bit-vector registers and a dedicated barrier-logic circuit. Expand
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The Effect of Workspace Layout on Individual Perceptions of Creativity Across Generational Cohorts
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The Effect of Workspace Layout on Individual Perceptions of Creativity Across Generational Cohorts by Leslie E. Barrett . Expand
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Lexical semantic factors in the acceptability of english support-verb-nominalization constructions
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We explore the properties of support-verb and nominalization pairs in English, a type of multiword expression in which a semantically impoverished verb combines with a complement nominalization sharing an unexpressed role with the verb. Expand
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Interpretation of Compound Nominals Using WordNet
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We describe an approach to interpreting noun-noun compounds within a question answering system based on WordNet that uses heuristics to group nouns with semantically similar words. Expand
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The Null Content of Null Case
While we agree that the base-generated phonologically null nominal known as PRO has Case, we dispute the recent contention of Chomsky & Lasnik (1995) and Martin(2001) that there is a special NullExpand
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Relations among Roles
In this paper we discuss the possible types of relationships between participant roles in related situation types. We first discuss principles that might determine which roles are present in one typeExpand
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