Automatic Acquisition of GL Resources, Using an Explanatory, Symbolic Technique

@inproceedings{Claveau2013AutomaticAO,
  title={Automatic Acquisition of GL Resources, Using an Explanatory, Symbolic Technique},
  author={Vincent Claveau and Pascale S{\'e}billot},
  booktitle={Advances in Generative Lexicon Theory},
  year={2013}
}
The Generative Lexicon (GL) theory (Pustejovsky 1995) has proved its usefulness in the analysis of numerous linguistic phenomena across languages. Moreover, elements from Generative Lexicons have been shown to be relevant in several natural language processing (NLP) applications (e.g. information retrieval, etc.). For instance, the qualia structure gives access to relational information, crucial for such applications. In particular, the qualia roles (namely the telic, agentive, constitutive and… CONTINUE READING

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