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By Richard Sproat (auth.), Elisabete Ranchhod, Nuno J. Mamede (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540438297

ISBN-13: 9783540438298

This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 3rd overseas convention PorTAL 2002 - Portugal for typical Language Processing, held in Faro, Portugal, in June 2002.
The 23 reviewed standard papers and eleven brief papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from forty eight submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on pragmatics, discourse, semantics, and the lexicon; studying and producing spoken and written language; language-oriented details retrieval, query answering, summarization, and knowledge extraction; language-oriented desktop studying; multi-lingual processing, computing device translation, and translation aids; normal language interfaces and discussion structures; instruments and assets; and evaluate of platforms.

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Do not consider lexeme-specific syntactic dependencies D. The most error-prone of such dependencies is HasValency of verbs (= subcategorization frame). To illustrate this, consider the Spanish synset {elegir ‘to choose, to elect’, seleccionar ‘to select’, designar ‘to assign’, optar ‘to opt’, preferir ‘to prefer’, escoger ‘to choose’}. ’. Each of them, except for elegir and designar, can introduce a prepositional complement with entre ‘between’ for options of the selection. Thus, collocations including HasValency relation, say, of the verb optar cannot be inferred correctly based on the properties of the other members of the synset.

Then for any x it holds (( ) ) ∀Qq=1 µ IsAk hk q & (hk q D x ) ⇒ (µ D x ) . The width-first search excludes the cases when a collocation set of k-th hyperonym is taken while m-th hyperonym has non-empty set, m < k. 5 Inference Based on Holohymy and Meronymy The meronymy relation (x HasMero y) holds when x has y as a part; holonymy (y HasHolo x) is the inverse relation holding when x includes y. , Sp. (clientela ‘clientage’ HasMero cliente ‘client’) or (árbol ‘tree’ HasMero tronco ‘trunk’). Unlike synonymy and hyperonymy, both directions of collocation transfer are possible.

It is expected that at some points in the telling of a story, boundaries are more likely to occur than at other points. Such boundaries are often realized as a period of silence of varying length, in conjunction with other acoustic cues. In this paper it is hypothesized that the segmentation of narrative into sections is systematically evidenced in speech by means of pause occurrence and length — speakers systematically signal the end of a narrative section by producing a pause of long duration.

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