A Semantic Concordance

@inproceedings{Miller1993ASC,
  title={A Semantic Concordance},
  author={George A. Miller and Claudia Leacock and Randee Tengi and Ross Bunker},
  booktitle={HLT},
  year={1993}
}
A semantic concordance is a textual corpus and a lexicon So combined that every substantive word in the text is linked to its appropriate ~nse in the lexicon. Thus it can be viewed either as a corpus in which words have been tagged syntactically and semantically, or as a lexicon in which example sentences can be found for many definitions. A semantic concordance is being constructed to u s e in studies of sense resolution in context (semantic disambiguation). The Brown Corpus is the text and… CONTINUE READING
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