Describing the nouns

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  • Written in a simple style with frequent headings, this book Improve your Punctuation and Grammar is for anyone–of any age–who wishes to improve the standard of his or her English.

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  • We describe the early stage of our methodology of knowledge acquisition from technical texts. First, a partial morpho-syntactic analysis is performed to extract "candidate terms". Then, the knowledge engineer, assisted by an automatic clustering tool, builds the "conceptual fields" of the domain. We focus on this conceptual analysis stage, describe the data prepared from the results of the morpho-syntactic analysis and show the results of the clustering module and their interpretation.

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  • We investigate coreference relationships between NPs with the same head noun. It is relatively common in unsupervised work to assume that such pairs are coreferent– but this is not always true, especially if realistic mention detection is used. We describe the distribution of noncoreferent same-head pairs in news text, and present an unsupervised generative model which learns not to link some samehead NPs using syntactic features, improving precision.

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  • As described in this paper, we propose a new automatic evaluation method for machine translation using noun-phrase chunking. Our method correctly determines the matching words between two sentences using corresponding noun phrases. Moreover, our method determines the similarity between two sentences in terms of the noun-phrase order of appearance. Evaluation experiments were conducted to calculate the correlation among human judgments, along with the scores produced using automatic evaluation methods for MT outputs obtained from the 12 machine translation systems in NTCIR7.

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  • In this paper we examine the pragmatic knowledge an utterance-planning system must have in order to produce certain kinds of definite and indefinite noun phrases. An utterance.planning system, like other planning systems, plans actions to satisfy an agent's goals, but allows some of the actions to consist of the utterance of sentences. This approach to language generation emphasizes the view of language as action, and hence assigns a critical role to pragmatics.

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  • Japanese has m a n y noun phrase patterns of the type A no B consisting of two nouns A and B with an adnominal particle no. As the semantic relations between the two nouns in the noun phrase are not made explicit, the interpretation of the phrases depends mainly on the semantic characteristics of the nouns. This paper describes the semantic diversity of A no B and a method of semantic analysis for such phrases based on feature unification.

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  • A method of determining the similarity of nouns on the basis of a metric derived from the distribution of subject, verb and object in a large text corpus is described. The resulting quasi-semantic classification of nouns demonstrates the plausibility of the distributional hypothesis, and has potential application to a variety of tasks, including automatic indexing, resolving nominal compounds, and determining the scope of modification. 1. I N T R O D U C T I O N A variety of linguistic relations apply to sets of semantically similar words. ...

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  • In this paper, we describe a method for structural noun phrase disambiguation which mainly relies on the examination of the text corpus under analysis and doesn't need to integrate any domain-dependent lexico- or syntactico-semantic information. This method is implemented in the Terminology Extraction Sotware LEXTER. We first explain why the integration of LEXTER in the LEXTER-K project, which aims at building a tool for knowledge extraction from large technical text corpora, requires improving the quality of the terminolgy extracted by LEXTER.

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  • A simple sentence has one clause, beginning with a noun group called the subject. The subject is the person or thing that the sentence is about. This is followed by a verb group, which tells you what the subject is doing, or describes the subject's situation.

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  • If so, it's a verb. Is it describing something? Then it's an adjective or adverb. Is it the subject—the person, place or thing performing the action in the sentence? It's a noun or pronoun. Use the surrounding context to help you guess the meaning or at least the part of speech of an unfamiliar word.

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  • We present a method for constructing, maintaining and consulting a database of proper nouns. We describe noun phrases composed of a proper noun a n d / o r a description of a human occupation. They are formalized by finite state transducers (FST) and large coverage dictionaries and are applied to a corpus of newspapers. We take into account synonymy and hyperonymy. This first stage of our parsing procedure has a high degree of accuracy. We show how we can handle requests such as: 'Find all newspaper articles in a general corpus mentioning the French prime minister', or 'How...

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  • Research on a non-statistical scheme for the insertion of English articles in machine-translated Russian is described. Ideal article insertion as a goal is challenged as unreasonable. Classification of English nouns, simple syntactic criteria, and multiple printout are the scheme's main features.

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  • There is little consensus on a standard experimental design for the compound interpretation task. This paper introduces wellmotivated general desiderata for semantic annotation schemes, and describes such a scheme for in-context compound annotation accompanied by detailed publicly available guidelines. Classification experiments on an open-text dataset compare favourably with previously reported results and provide a solid baseline for future research.

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  • The limited coverage of lexical-semantic resources is a significant problem for NLP systems which can be alleviated by automatically classifying the unknown words. Supersense tagging assigns unknown nouns one of 26 broad semantic categories used by lexicographers to organise their manual insertion into W ORD N ET. Ciaramita and Johnson (2003) present a tagger which uses synonym set glosses as annotated training examples. We describe an unsupervised approach, based on vector-space similarity, which does not require annotated examples but significantly outperforms their tagger. ...

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  • This paper describes a method for learning the countability preferences of English nouns from raw text corpora. The method maps the corpus-attested lexico-syntactic properties of each noun onto a feature vector, and uses a suite of memory-based classifiers to predict membership in 4 countability classes. We were able to assign countability to English nouns with a precision of 94.6%. ence. Knowledge of countability preferences is important both for the analysis and generation of English. In analysis, it helps to constrain the interpretations of parses. ...

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  • The paper describes an algorithm that employs English and French text taggers to associate noun phrases in an aligned bilingual corpus. The taggets provide part-of-speech categories which are used by finite-state recognizers to extract simple noun phrases for both languages. Noun phrases are then mapped to each other using an iterative re-estimation algorithm that bears similarities to the Baum-Welch algorithm which is used for training the taggers.

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  • This paper describes research toward the automatic interpretation of compound nouns using corpus statistics. An initial study aimed at syntactic disambiguation is presented. The approach presented bases associations upon thesaurus categories. Association data is gathered from unambiguous cases extracted from a corpus and is then applied to the analysis of ambiguous compound nouns. While the work presented is still in progress, a first attempt to syntactically analyse a test set of 244 examples shows 75% correctness.

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  • Adjective is a word which modifies a noun or pronoun (called the adjective’s subject) by describing, identifying or quantifying words.Adj are attributive when they premodify nouns: appear between the determiner and the head of noun phrase.Adjective is a word which modifies a noun or pronoun (called the adjective’s subject) by describing, identifying or quantifying words.

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  • Simultaneous actions described by absolute phrases: An absolute phrase consists of a head - word (often a noun) plus at least one other word. Note that the head word in the absolute phrase denotes something which is a part of, or belong to the thing or person that is the subject of the finite verb of the sentence.

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  • The word ‘enterprise’ is somewhat overused, if not abused, these days by politicians, so much so that it has undergone something of a grammatical shift. From its original introduction from French as a noun to describe commercial undertakings between people, it broadened to become almost a synonym for a business or firm. Its figurative use to describe the energy, ingenuity and application of people who successfully work in businesses or firms, or even generally show skill at overcoming problems, has now transformed a fairly useful noun into an adjective.

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