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Autores/as: Sailer, Manfred; Markantonatou, Stella, eds.
Título: Multiword expressions
Subtítulo: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective
Año de publicación: 2018
Lugar de edición: Berlin
Editorial: Language Science Press


Multiword expressions (MWEs) are a challenge for both the natural language applications and the linguistic theory because they often defy the application of the machinery developed for free combinations where the default is that the meaning of an utterance can be predicted from its structure. There is a rich body of primarily descriptive work on MWEs for many European languages but comparative work is little. The volume brings together MWE experts to explore the benefits of a multilingual perspective on MWEs. The ten contributions in this volume look at MWEs in Bulgarian, English, French, German, Maori, Modern Greek, Romanian, Serbian, and Spanish. They discuss prominent issues in MWE research such as classification of MWEs, their formal grammatical modeling, and the description of individual MWE types from the point of view of different theoretical frameworks, such as Dependency Grammar, Generative Grammar, Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Lexical Functional Grammar, Lexicon Grammar.



Temática: Lexicografía, Lexicología, Lingüística computacional, Morfología, Semántica


Multiword Expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective
Manfred Sailer & Stella Markantonatou 


1 The syntactic flexibility of semantically non-decomposable idioms
Sascha Bargmann & Manfred Sailer 


2 Semantic and syntactic patterns of multiword names: A cross-language study
Svetla Koeva, Cvetana Krstev, Duško Vitas, Tita Kyriacopoulou, Claude Martineau & Tsvetana Dimitrova 

3 MWEs and the Emotion Lexicon: Typological and cross-lingual considerations
Aggeliki Fotopoulou & Voula Giouli 

4 Flexibility of multiword expressions and Corpus Pattern Analysis
Patrick Hanks, Ismail El Maarouf & Michael Oakes 

5 Multiword expressions and the Law of Exceptions
Koenraad Kuiper 

6 Choosing features for classifying multiword expressions
Éric Laporte 


7 Revisiting the grammatical function “οbject” (OBJ and OBJ)
Stella Markantonatou & Niki Samaridi 


8 Derivation in the domain of multiword expressions
Verginica Barbu Mititelu & Svetlozara Leseva 


9 Modelling multiword expressions in a parallel Bulgarian-English newsmedia corpus
Petya Osenova & Kiril Simov

10 Spanish multiword expressions: Looking for a taxonomy
Carla Parra Escartín, Almudena Nevado Llopis & Eoghan Sánchez Martínez




Formato: PDF
Págs.: 336
ISBN-13: 9783961100637
Precio: 1,00 EUR

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