Article published in:Vocalize to Localize II
Edited by Christian Abry, Anne Vilain and Jean-Luc Schwartz
[Interaction Studies 6:2] 2005
► pp. 287–310
Aspects of descriptive, referential, and information structure in phrasal semantics
A construction-based model
Phrasal semantics is concerned with how the meaning of a sentence is composed both from the meaning of the constituent words, and from extra meaning contained within the structural organization of the sentence itself. In this context, grammatical constructions correspond to form-meaning mappings that essentially capture this “extra” meaning and allow its representation. The current research examines how a computational model of language processing based on a construction grammar approach can account for aspects of descriptive, referential and information content of phrasal semantics.
Keywords: cognitive development, grammatical deixis, language acquisition, perceptual scene analysis, lexical categorization
Published online: 30 September 2005
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