The Semantics of Collocational Patterns for Reporting Verbs

@inproceedings{Bergler1991TheSO,
  title={The Semantics of Collocational Patterns for Reporting Verbs},
  author={Sabine Bergler},
  booktitle={EACL},
  year={1991}
}
One of the hardest problems for knowledge extraction from machine readable textual sources is distinguishing entities and events that are part of the main story from those that are part of the narrative structure, hnportantly, however, reported sl)eech in newspaper articles explicitly links these two levels. In this paper, we illustrate what the lexical semantics of reporting verbs must incorporate in order to contribute to the reconstruction of story and context. The lexical structures… CONTINUE READING

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