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  • Although a great deal of research effort has been expended in support of natural language (NL) database querying, little effort has gone to NL database update. One reason for this state of affairs is that in NL querying, one can tie nouns and stative verbs in the query to database objects (relation names, attributes and domain values). In many cases this correspondence seems sufficient to interpret NL queries. NL update seems to require database counterparts for active verbs, such as "hire," "schedule" and "enroll," rather than for stative entities. ...

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  • Some English verbs have stative meanings. They describe states: conditions or situations that exist. When verbs have stative meanings, they arc usually not used in progressive tenses.

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  • A verb such as tike has a stative meaning. It is rarely, if ever, used in progressive tenses. When verbs have stative meanings, they arc usually not used in progressive tenses.

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  • A verb such as taste has a stative meaning, but also a progressive meaning. Tn (c): tasting describes the action of the chef putting something in his mouth and actively testing its flavor (progressive). In (d): tastes describes the person's awareness of the qualiry of the food (stative}.

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  • Fourteen indicators that measure the frequency of lexico-syntactic phenomena linguistically related to aspectual class are applied to aspectual classification. This group of indicators is shown to improve classification performance for two aspectual distinctions, stativity and completedness (i.e., telicity), over unrestricted sets of verbs from two corpora. Several of these indicators have not previously been discovered to correlate with aspect.

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