Studying complex words

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  • This chapter introduces basic concepts needed for the study and description of morphologically complex words. Since this is a book about the particular branch of morphology called word- formation, we will first take a look at the notion of ‘word’. We will then turn to a first analysis of the kinds of phenomena that fall into the domain of word-formation, before we finally discuss how word-formation can be distinguished from the other sub-branch of morphology, inflection.

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  • As natural language understanding research advances towards deeper knowledge modeling, the tasks become more and more complex: we are interested in more nuanced word characteristics, more linguistic properties, deeper semantic and syntactic features. One such example, explored in this article, is the mention detection and recognition task in the Automatic Content Extraction project, with the goal of identifying named, nominal or pronominal references to real-world entities—mentions— and labeling them with three types of information: entity type, entity subtype and mention type. ...

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  • Origami is the art of paper folding (or put art paper) originating from Japan. The word in Japanese origami is derived from two words: oru folding or loading paper and kami. Origami only been used since 1880; earlier, the Japanese used letters orikata. Simple combination of folding origami to turn rectangular piece of paper (two-way), which is usually square, into the complex (3-way), do not cut and paste in the folding process, this is also the trend of modern origami.

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  • Choosing the right theoretical lens. In order to answer the articulated research questions, this dissertation will build on neo-institutional theory (Meyer and Rowan, 1977; DiMaggio and Powell, 1983; Zucker, 1987; Scott, 1987b; DiMaggio and Powell, 1991). We will refer to the institutional environment, its generation and mode of action. Hereby, we use regulative, nor- mative, and cognitive institutions (Scott, 1995) to explain the influence of regulatory actors on strategy formation.

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  • This book goes a long way to helping students to unravel the complexity of multi-word verbs, preposition and adverb collocations. and idiomatic expressions. Students will find staged guidance in understanding the systems, and are given a variety of exercise practice in recognition and production. Phrasal Verbs and Idioms will find its place in self-access centres, for learners to study on their own: and teachers will welcome the texts, listenings, explanations, and exercises. which hare clear aims and are highly accessible for thorough classroom exploitation. ...

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  • As an editor for Fitness magazine, my job is to be a conduit of information between my readers and the experts (registered dietitians, medical doctors, and researchers). In essence, I’m a translator. You see, most experts speak what I like to call medicalese—a complex, exceedingly tedious language that few outside their professions can understand. Medicalese words can be as long as some sentences, sentences are usually the size of paragraphs, and whole studies—well, let’s just say it takes a lot of coffee to get through some of them....

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  • Despite often clearly definable characteristics, however, it is important to remember that genres are not fixed entities, but are instead constantly evolving. Often the boundaries between genres become blurred. In most cases films represent a “genre hybrid” – or a combination of attributes from several different genre backgrounds. Studying genre reveals a pattern of repetition and difference. In other words, some films do have identifiable similarities, but they also contain new elements or similar elements used in new ways.

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  • The embedded approach ‘presents ethical issues within the context of some broader programme ‘concerning the meaning of professional or Fit for Practice. It is possible to teach ethics via the embedded approach without ever mentioning the words “ethical” or “moral”’. (2004, 38). A theoretical approach ‘means starting with a study of ethical theory; the concepts, principles and arguments that underpin the Codes of Practice ‘of the pragmatic or embedded approaches. (2004, 67).

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  • Automatic detection of general relations between short texts is a complex task that cannot be carried out only relying on language models and bag-of-words. Therefore, learning methods to exploit syntax and semantics are required. In this paper, we present a new kernel for the representation of shallow semantic information along with a comprehensive study on kernel methods for the exploitation of syntactic/semantic structures for short text pair categorization.

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