Corpus-derived First, Second and Third-order Word Aanities

@inproceedings{Grefenstette1994CorpusderivedFS,
  title={Corpus-derived First, Second and Third-order Word Aanities},
  author={Gregory Grefenstette},
  year={1994}
}
A number of corpus-based extraction techniques have been successfully implemented which derive lists of similar words, based on some deenition of the context in which they are found, from a corpus. We present here the results of aaning such a list in order to extract semantic axes expressing nuances of a word's meaning. These semantic axes represent corpus-based meaning distinctions that are based on the word's usage in the corpus. 
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