Paper: Structural Patterns Vs. String Patterns For Extracting Semantic Information From Dictionaries

ACL ID C92-2083
Title Structural Patterns Vs. String Patterns For Extracting Semantic Information From Dictionaries
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1992
Authors

An example of a semautic lelation than cau I~ ideutilied in the differentiae is LOCATION-OF. The deliuilion of 'market' (LDOCE n.l) is expressed its follows: "a building, sqnare, lir open place wllere pcxlple meet to buy and soil g~lds, esp. tkxld, or sometimes animals". As we will show later, it is possible from the structural descripti(ul of this definition to extiact the followiug wilues for the semantic relation I,OCATION.OF:............................................................ MARKET LOCATION-OF MEET (ItAS-SUI1JFXSF 'PEOPLE') IIUY (IIAS-OBJECT 'GOODS'. 't:17)O1)'. 'ANIMALS') SEt,L (H AS -OB JEL.~I ' 'GOODS,' 'I~'OOD, ' 'ANIMALS') ............................................................... Figure 1. Senuultie franle for 1be definitiou of the noun "niarke(". Accm>diug to this...