The FrameNet Constructicon

@inproceedings{Fillmore2011TheFC,
  title={The FrameNet Constructicon},
  author={Charles J. Fillmore and Russell Lee-Goldman and Russell Rhodes},
  year={2011}
}
The Berkeley FrameNet Project1 has been engaged since 1997 in discovering and describing the semantic and distributional properties of words in the general vocabulary of English.2 Notions from FRAME SEMANTICS (see Fillmore and Baker 2009 and references therein) provide the basis of the semantic description of the lexical units in the database, and sentences extracted from the FrameNet (FN) text corpora3 serve as material for analysis and annotation. The goal is to describe the combinatorial… CONTINUE READING
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