This book offers papers addressing models of linguistic composition from a Generative Lexicon perspective, showing how GL has developed to account for a range of linguistic phenomena, including argument alternation, polysemy, discourse phenomena and metaphor.
This book presents the latest research on web genres and emerging document types. It covers a wide range of web-genre focused subjects, such as: the identification of the sources of web genres, automatic web genre identification and structure-oriented models.
This comprehensive handbook details the groundbreaking research conducted under the breakthrough GALE program, while placing it in the context of previous research in the fields of natural language and signal processing, artificial intelligence and machine translation.
This book covers recent developments in the field, from multi-layered mark-up and standards to theoretical formalisms to applications. It presents results from international research in text technology, computational linguistics, hypertext modeling and more.
The contributions assembled in this volume illustrate the band-width of applications of the Linked Data paradigm for representative types of language resources. They cover lexical-semantic resources, annotated corpora, typological databases as well as terminology and metadata repositories.
Collocation is a key language phenomenon which crucially impacts any text production task and which is exploitable in many text analysis tasks. This book offers a comprehensive and up-to-date review of the theoretical and practical work on this topic.
This volume presents an overview of relevant research results and development involving the Language Grid -- an initiative to build an infrastructure where end users can create composite language services for intercultural collaboration.