Semantic networks of English.

Abstract

Principles of lexical semantics developed in the course of building an on-line lexical database are discussed. The approach is relational rather than componential. The fundamental semantic relation is synonymy, which is required in order to define the lexicalized concepts that words can be used to express. Other semantic relations between these concepts are then described. No single set of semantic relations or organizational structure is adequate for the entire lexicon: nouns, adjectives, and verbs each have their own semantic relations and their own organization determined by the role they must play in the construction of linguistic messages.

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@article{Miller1991SemanticNO, title={Semantic networks of English.}, author={G A Miller and C Fellbaum}, journal={Cognition}, year={1991}, volume={41 1-3}, pages={197-229} }