Hybrid Approach for the Interpretation of Nominal Compounds using Ontology

@inproceedings{Rallapalli2012HybridAF,
  title={Hybrid Approach for the Interpretation of Nominal Compounds using Ontology},
  author={Sruti Rallapalli and Soma Paul},
  booktitle={PACLIC},
  year={2012}
}
Understanding and interpretation of nominal compounds has been a long-standing area of interest in NLP research for various reasons. (1) Nominal compounds occur frequently in most languages. (2) Compounding is an extremely productive word formation phenomenon. (3) Compounds contain implicit semantic relations between their constituent nouns. Most approaches that have been proposed so far concentrate on building statistical models using machine learning techniques and rely on large-scale, domain… CONTINUE READING

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