A Symbolic and Surgical Acquisition of Terms through Variation

@inproceedings{Jacquemin1995ASA,
  title={A Symbolic and Surgical Acquisition of Terms through Variation},
  author={Christian Jacquemin},
  booktitle={Learning for Natural Language Processing},
  year={1995}
}
Terminological acquisition is an important issue in learning for NLP due to the constant terminological renewal through technological changes. Terms play a key role in several NLP-activities such as machine translation, automatic indexing or text understanding. In opposition to classical once-and-for-all approaches, we propose an incremental process for terminological enrichment which operates on existing reference lists and large corpora. Candidate terms are acquired by extracting variants of… CONTINUE READING
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