Word Formation Rules and the Generative Lexicon: Representing Noun-to-Verb Versus Verb-to-Noun Conversion in French

@inproceedings{Namer2013WordFR,
  title={Word Formation Rules and the Generative Lexicon: Representing Noun-to-Verb Versus Verb-to-Noun Conversion in French},
  author={Fiammetta Namer and {\'E}velyne Jacquey},
  booktitle={Advances in Generative Lexicon Theory},
  year={2013}
}
The issues we address in this paper focus on the interface between lexical semantics and morphology. Just as lexical semantics can be viewed from a compositional point of view, morphology (that is, morpho-semantics) can be understood as a compositional semantics-constrained mechanism according to Corbin’s approach (Corbin 1987, 2001). These two levels of description give us distinct types of intrinsic information on the semantic content of derived words. One way to establish links between the… CONTINUE READING

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