LINGUIST List 13.2911

Sun Nov 10 2002

Qs: Phrasal Verbs in NLP Systems,Stories Corpora

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  1. Mimi Zhang, The treatment of phrasal verbs in NLP systems
  2. Rossitza Milenkova-Kyheng, Stories corpora

Message 1: The treatment of phrasal verbs in NLP systems

Date: Fri, 08 Nov 2002 11:49:18 +0000
From: Mimi Zhang <mimixzhangyahoo.com>
Subject: The treatment of phrasal verbs in NLP systems

I'm interested in information regarding attempts of processing English
phrasal verbs in NLP systems. I did find an article on tagging
phrasal verbs, published by Nava Shaked at ACL 1993, as well as her
dissertation on this topic. I also found a few articles on machine
translation of phrasal verbs from English to other languages (such as
the one by Vartika Bhandari, 2002) and solutions to multiword
expressions in NLP systems (such as the one by Ivan A. Sag et al,
2001). I am wondering if there are some other important works I am
missing here on this subject. I would really appreciate it if anyone
could help.

Thanks.

Mimi Zhang 
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Message 2: Stories corpora

Date: Sat, 09 Nov 2002 22:14:35 +0000
From: Rossitza Milenkova-Kyheng <rossitza_kyhengyahoo.com>
Subject: Stories corpora

Dear colleagues, 

With regard to a repertory of resources on genre 'story' (as the
stories of Edgar Allan Poe, Anton Tchekhov, Wilde, etc., as well
modern authors) I'll highly appreciate any information for:
1. existing corpora of literary stories available on the Net in any
language. 2. comparative linguistic research on multilingual stories'
corpora. Please reply to rossitza_kyhengyahoo.com

Looking forward to your suggestions,
Best regards,


 Rossitza Milenkova-Kyheng
 University Paris X
 Laboratory Models, Dynamics, Corpora 
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