Investigation of Word Senses over Time Using Linguistic Corpora

  title={Investigation of Word Senses over Time Using Linguistic Corpora},
  author={Christian P{\"o}litz and T. Bartz and K. Morik and Angelika Storrer},
  • Christian Pölitz, T. Bartz, +1 author Angelika Storrer
  • Published in TSD 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Word sense induction is an important method to identify possible meanings of words. Word co-occurrences can group word contexts into semantically related topics. Besides the pure words, temporal information provide another dimension to further investigate the development of the word meanings over time. Large digital corpora of written language, such as those that are held by the CLARIN-D centers, provide excellent possibilities for such kind of linguistic research on authentic language data. In… CONTINUE READING
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