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Wed Apr 13 2011

Software: Resources: Lexicon-Grammar tables 3.3

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        1.     Elsa Tolone , Resources: Lexicon-Grammar tables 3.3

Message 1: Resources: Lexicon-Grammar tables 3.3
Date: 13-Apr-2011
From: Elsa Tolone <elsa-toloneuniv-paris-est.fr>
Subject: Resources: Lexicon-Grammar tables 3.3
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Dear colleagues,

It's a pleasure for us to announce to you the release of all existing
lexical items and features in the Lexicon-Grammar of French at:

http://infolingu.univ-mlv.fr/ > Language Resources > Lexicon-Grammar >


http://infolingu.univ-mlv.fr/ > Données Linguistiques >
Lexique-Grammaire > Téléchargement

- Lexicon-Grammar tables of French verbs, nouns playing the predicative
role ('verbal nouns'), frozen expressions and adverbs in CSV format, under
LGPL-LR license (version 3.3)

* Simple verbs :
- 67 tables with 13 867 entries, including 5 738 distinct
- the table of classes with 551 features
- an index of all entries with their class identifier and
several examples
- documentation of features
- defining formulas of each table
- classification tree and its reading conventions
* Simple and compound nouns playing the predicative role:
- 78 tables with 12 696 entries, including 8 531 distinct entries
- the table of classes with 496 features
* Frozen expressions including verbal and adjectival idioms:
- 69 tables with 39 628 entries, including 38 658 distinct entries
- the table of classes with 276 features
* Simple and frozen adverbs:
- 32 tables with 10 488 entries, including 9 326 distinct entries
- the table of classes with 159 features

You can contribute to the Lexicon-Grammar (new classes, new lexical items,
new features, etc.) and send the data you have built to Takuya Nakamura
(LIGM) : takuya.nakamurauniv-mlv.fr

- LGLex syntactic lexicon of French verbs, nouns playing the predicative
role, frozen expressions and adverbs generated by LGExtract from the
Lexicon-Grammar tables, under the LGPL-LR license (version 3.3)

- the LGExtract tool and the configuration scripts (one per category) that
generates the lexicon above

- LGLex-Lefff syntactic lexicon of French verbs and nouns playing the
predicative role converted in Lefff format from LGLex lexicon, under
LGPL-LR license (version 3.3)

- the LGLex2ilex script that generates the lexicon above from LGLex

Best regards,
Elsa Tolone

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics

Subject Language(s): French (fra)

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