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  • Sabine Schulte
  • Published 2007


Predicates impose selectional restrictions on the realisation of their complements, as first illustrated by Chomsky (1957) through his famous example Colorless green ideas sleep furiously. Though the sentence is syntactically well-formed, it is not semantically meaningful, unless interpreted metaphorically. Approaches in computational linguistics that model… (More)


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