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Improvement of VerbNet-like resources by frame typing

Abstract : Verbenet is a French lexicon developed by " translation " of its English counterpart — VerbNet (Kipper-Schuler, 2005) — and treatment of the specificities of French syntax (Pradet et al., 2014; Danlos et al., 2016). One difficulty encountered in its development springs from the fact that the list of (potentially numerous) frames has no internal organization. This paper proposes a type system for frames that shows whether two frames are variants of a given alternation. Frame typing facilitates coherence checking of the resource in a " virtuous circle ". We present the principles underlying a program we developed and used to automatically type frames in Verbenet. We also show that our system is portable to other languages.
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Laurence Danlos, Mathieu Constant, Lucie Barque. Improvement of VerbNet-like resources by frame typing. Workshop on Grammar and Lexicon: interactions and interfaces (GramLex), The COLING 2016 Organizing Committee, Dec 2016, Osaka, Japan. pp.61-70. ⟨hal-01392822⟩



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