Article published in:Biomedical English: A corpus-based approach
Edited by Isabel Verdaguer, Natalia Judith Laso and Danica Salazar
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics 56] 2013
► pp. 185–210
Frames, constructions, and metaphors in Spanish FrameNet
In this article, I outline the fundamental aspects of how frame semantics is applied to lexical analysis in the Spanish FrameNet project (SFN). To this end, I describe the process of semantic annotation in SFN and the software tools we use, and how we have used our annotated sentences as a training corpus to implement automatic semantic-role labelling for Spanish. I then describe our initial forays into the study of Spanish grammatical constructions, in which we are integrating frame semantics into syntactic analysis. Finally, I discuss SFN’s procedure for annotating metaphors and show how frame semantics can be used to analyse their emergent meanings.
Published online: 27 June 2013
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