Lexical idiosyncrasy in MWE extraction

@inproceedings{Oravecz2005LexicalII,
  title={Lexical idiosyncrasy in MWE extraction},
  author={Csaba Oravecz and Viktor Nagy and K{\'a}roly Varasdi},
  year={2005}
}
A wide scale of different NLP methods have been investigated for the extraction of Multiword Expressions from large corpora. While a good deal of recent research has been focusing on the development of reliable means to delineate different subclasses of MWEs with respect to the degree of their compositionality (Baldwin et al., 2003; McCarthy et al., 2003), it has been generally accepted that for the "simple" task of separating MWEs from fully productive word combinations, the substitutability… CONTINUE READING

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