Learning to detect english and hungarian light verb constructions

@article{Vincze2013LearningTD,
  title={Learning to detect english and hungarian light verb constructions},
  author={Veronika Vincze and T. Nagy Istv{\'a}nNagy and J{\'a}nos Zsibrita},
  journal={TSLP},
  year={2013},
  volume={10},
  pages={6:1-6:25}
}
Light verb constructions consist of a verbal and a nominal component, where the noun preserves its original meaning while the verb has lost it (to some degree). They are syntactically flexible and their meaning can only be partially computed on the basis of the meaning of their parts, thus they require special treatment in natural language processing. For this purpose, the first step is to identify light verb constructions. In this study, we present our conditional random fields-based tool… CONTINUE READING
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