Xem 1-7 trên 7 kết quả Spatial semantics
  • This paper outlines the linguistic semantic commitments underlying an application which automatically constructs depictions of verbal spatial descriptions. Our approach draws on the ideational view of linguistic semantics developed by Ronald Langacker in his theory of Cognitive Grammar, and the conceptual representation of physical objects from the two-level semantics of Bierwisch and Lang. In particular the dimensions of the process of conventwnal imagery are used as a metric for the design of our own conceptual representation. ...

    pdf7p bunmoc_1 20-04-2013 22 3   Download

  • Learning to Associate Scenes with Spatial Terms portrayed in the scene. It is to learn to associate all applicable terms to novel scenes. The T R is restricted to be a single point for the time being; current work is directed at addressing the more general case of an arbitrarily shaped TR. Another aspect of the task is that learning must take place in the absence of explicit negative instances. This condition is imposed so that the conditions under which learning takes place will be similar in this respect to those under which children learn. Given this, there are two...

    pdf8p bunmoc_1 20-04-2013 12 1   Download

  • Linguistic access to uncertain quantitative knowledge about physical properties is provided by d i m e n s i o n a l adjectives, e.g. long-short in the spatial and temporal senses, near-far, fast-slow, etc. Semantic analyses of the dimensional adjectives differ on whether the meaning of the differential comparative (6 cm shorter than) and the equative with factor term (three times as long as) is a compositional function of the meanings the difference and factor terms (6 cm and three times) and the meanings of the simple comparative and equative, respectively.

    pdf10p buncha_1 08-05-2013 17 1   Download

  • In the past decade, Cognitive Linguistics has developed into one of the most dynamic and attractive frameworks within theoretical and descriptive linguistics. With about fifty chapters written by experts in the field, the Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics intends to provide a comprehensive overview of the entire domain of Cognitive Linguistics, from basic concepts to practical applications.

    pdf1365p denngudo 21-06-2012 92 37   Download

  • In the past decade, Cognitive Linguistics has developed into one of the most dynamic and attractive frameworks within theoretical and descriptive linguistics. With about fifty chapters written by experts in the field, the Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics intends to provide a comprehensive overview of the entire domain of Cognitive Linguistics, from basic concepts to practical applications.

    pdf1325p 123859674 28-06-2012 223 25   Download

  • Event-based summarization attempts to select and organize the sentences in a summary with respect to the events or the sub-events that the sentences describe. Each event has its own internal structure, and meanwhile often relates to other events semantically, temporally, spatially, causally or conditionally.

    pdf8p hongvang_1 16-04-2013 19 1   Download

  • We propose a semantics for locative expressions such as near Jones or west of Denver, an important subsystem for NLP applications. Locative expressions denote regions of space, and serve as arguments to predicates, locating objects and events spatially. Since simple locatives occupy argument positions, they do NOT participate in scope ambiguities m pace one common view, which sees locatives as logical operators.

    pdf9p bungio_1 03-05-2013 15 1   Download

Đồng bộ tài khoản