Chinese Lexical Semantics: 15th Workshop, CLSW 2014, Macao, China, June 9--12, 2014, Revised Selected Papers

Chinese Lexical Semantics: 15th Workshop, CLSW 2014, Macao, China, June 9--12, 2014, Revised Selected Papers

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ISBN-13: 9783319143309
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 12/27/2014
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science , #8922
Edition description: 2014
Pages: 450
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Lexical semantics.- Embedded Compounding Monosyllabic Morphemes: a perspective from the Lexical Study and TCFL.- Word Ordering in Chinese Opposite Compounds.- Study on Prosodic Morphology of Chinese Verbal Monosyllabic-Disyllabic Synonyms.- Semantic Derivation of the “ [chi] (eat) + Object” Idiom in Mandarin, Taiwanese and Hakka.- On the Lexical Meaning of Conditional Connectives in Chinese.- Combination of Mandarin Chinese Verb “xiě” and Nouns from the Perspective of Generative Lexicon Theory.- The Mechanism behind Idioms’ Meaning Extension.- A Cognitive Grammar Approach to Relative Antonyms.- Instantiations of the Generation Mechanism of A-not-A Question in Chinese and Some Relevant Syntactic Issues.- A Reanalysis of Chinese Passive with a Retained Object.- Quantitative Research on the Origins of Contemporary Chinese Vocabulary Based on The Great Chinese Dictionary .- The Ergativization of the Verb “”[si](Die) in Chinese Language History.- Grammaticalization and Subjectivization of “Po”.- On chi: its Gestalt and Collocations.- The Nature of men and Its Co-occurrence with Numeral Expressions in Mandarin Chinese.- A Study on the Causative Alternation from a Non-derivational Perspective.- The Processing of Dummy Verbs in Semantic Role Labeling.- Categorization and Intensity of Chinese Emotion Words.- Lexical Semantic Restrictions on the Syntactic Representation of the Semantic Roles of Pinjie Class.- Syntactic Distribution of Motion Agents’ Concept from the Redundancy of Leg Nouns.- Investigate into the Cognitive Motivation of the Derivative Meaning of Words: The Case of Luojuan.- Applications on Natural Language Processing.- A Rule-Based Method for Identifying Patterns in Old Chinese Sentences.- Semi-supervised Sentiment Classification with Self-training on Feature Subspaces.- The Effect of Modifiers for Sentiment Analysis.- Word Relevance Computation for Noun-noun Metaphor Recognition.- Learning Semantic Similarity for Multi-Label Text Categorization.- Latent Semantic Distance between Chinese Basic Words and Non-basic Words.- Manual Investigation on Context for Word Sense Disambiguation.- Conventionalizing Common Sense for Chinese Textual Entailment Recognition.- Scale-Free Distribution in Chinese Semantic Field Network: a Main Cause of Using the Shortest Path Length for Representing Semantic Distance between Terms.- Recognition and Extraction of Honorifics in Chinese Diachronic Corpora.- A Hypothesis on Word Similarity and Its Application.- Lexical Resources and Corpus Linguistics.- Chinese Near-synonym Study Based on the Chinese Gigaword Corpus and the Chinese Learner Corpus.- Semantic Labeling of Chinese Verb-complement Structure Based on Feature Structure.- Structurally and Functionally Comparative Analysis of Lexical Bundles in the English Abstracts of Chinese and International Journals.- Corpus Building for the Outcome-based Education of the Ancient Chinese Courses.- Building Chinese Semantic Treebank for Patent Text on the Basis of 3 Dimensional Dynamic Concept Model.- Statistics and Analysis of Coordination Structures in Patent Text.- Syntactic Distribution, Semantic Framework, and Pragmatic Function of the Modal Adverb Meizhun (Maybe).- Preliminary Study on the Construction of Bilingual Phrase Structure Treebank.- Quantitative Analysis of “ADV+N” via Cognitive Property Knowledge base.- Annotating Principal Event Chain in Chinese Texts.- A Study on Metaphors in Idioms Based on Chinese Idiom Knowledge Base.- Generalized Case Theory and the Argument-omission Structure in Mandarin Chinese.

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