The Swedish FrameNet++

Harmonization, integration, method development and practical language technology applications

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| University of Gothenburg
| University of Gothenburg
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Large computational lexicons are central NLP resources. Swedish FrameNet++ aims to be a versatile full-scale lexical resource for NLP containing many kinds of linguistic information. Although focused on Swedish, this ongoing effort, which includes building a new Swedish framenet and recycling existing lexicons, has offered valuable insights into general aspects of lexical-resource building for NLP, which are discussed in this book: computational and linguistic problems of lexical semantics and lexical typology, the nature of lexical items (words and multiword expressions), achieving interoperability among heterogeneous lexical content, NLP methods for extending and interlinking existing lexicons, and deploying the new resource in practical NLP applications. This book is targeted at everyone with an interest in lexicography, computational lexicography, lexical typology, lexical semantics, linguistics, computational linguistics and related fields. We believe it should be of particular interest to those who are or have been involved in language resource creation, development and evaluation.
[Natural Language Processing, 14]  2021.  xiv, 333 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acronyms
Abbreviations
viii
Preface
x–xii
Part I. Introduction and background
4–65
Chapter 1. Introduction: Swedish FrameNet++
Lars Borin, Dana Dannélls and Karin Friberg Heppin
4–35
Chapter 2. Swedish FrameNet
Dana Dannélls, Lars Borin, Markus Forsberg, Karin Friberg Heppin and Maria Toporowska Gronostaj
38–65
Part II. Harmonization and integration
70–165
Chapter 3. Swedish FrameNet++ – lexical samsara
Lars Borin, Markus Forsberg, Lennart Lönngren and Niklas Zechner
70–95
Chapter 4. A lexical resource for computational historical linguistics
Yvonne Adesam, Peter Andersson Lilja, Lars Borin and Gerlof Bouma
98–121
Chapter 5. A multilingual net of lexical resources
Krister Lindén, Jyrki Niemi, Lars Borin, Markus Forsberg, Bolette S. Pedersen, Sanni Nimb, Heili Orav, Neeme Kahusk and Kadri Vider
124–137
Chapter 6. Swedish FrameNet++ and comparative linguistics
Lars Borin, Anju Saxena, Shafqat Mumtaz Virk and Bernard Comrie
140–165
Part III. Method development
170–259
Chapter 7. NLP for resource building
Richard Johansson
170–190
Chapter 8. Differing design decisions – comparing Swedish FrameNet to FrameNet
Karin Friberg Heppin
192–219
Chapter 9. Multiword expressions – a tough typological nut for Swedish FrameNet++
Lars Borin
222–259
Part IV. Natural language processing applications
264–329
Chapter 10. Semantic role labeling
Richard Johansson, Karin Friberg Heppin and Dimitrios Kokkinakis
264–280
Chapter 11. Computational representation of FrameNet for multilingual natural language generation
Dana Dannélls and Normunds Grūzītis
282–301
Chapter 12. Language learning and teaching with Swedish FrameNet++: Two examples
Julia Prentice, Camilla Håkansson, Therese Lindström Tiedemann, Ildikó Pilán and Elena Volodina
304–329
Index
331
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CFX – Computational linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
ONIX Metadata
ONIX 2.1
ONIX 3.0
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2021042004 | Marc record