Language Processing and Grammars

The role of functionally oriented computational models

Editors
| Institute of Technology Blanchardstown Dublin
| Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
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There is a growing awareness of the significance and value that modelling using information technology can bring to the functionally oriented linguistic enterprise. This encompasses a spectrum of areas as diverse as concept modelling, language processing and grammar modelling, conversational agents, and the visualisation of complex linguistic information in a functional linguistic perspective. This edited volume offers a collection of papers dealing with different aspects of computational modelling of language and grammars, within a functional perspective at both the theoretical and application levels. As a result, this volume represents the first instance of contemporary functionally oriented computational treatments of a variety of important language and linguistic issues. This book presents current research on functionally oriented computational models of grammar, language processing and linguistics, concerned with a broadly functional computational linguistics that also contributes to our understanding of languages within a functional and cognitive linguistic, computational research agenda.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 150]  2014.  vi, 396 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Brian Nolan and Carlos Periñán-Pascual
1–12
From the extraction of continuous features in parallel texts to visual analytics of heterogeneous areal-typological datasets
Thomas Mayer, Bernhard Wälchli, Christian Rohrdantz and Michael Hund
13–38
Lexical-syntactic analysis model of Spanish multi-word expressions
Jorge Antonio Leoni de León
39–78
Three-place predicates in RRG: A computational approach
Judith Gottschalk
79–104
A Role and Reference Grammar parser 
for German
Elke Diedrichsen
105–142
Extending a lexicalist functional grammar through speech acts, constructions and conversational software agents
Brian Nolan
143–164
The implementation of the CLS constructor in ARTEMIS
Carlos Periñán-Pascual and Francisco Arcas-Túnez
165–196
FrameNet and FunGramKB: A comparison of two computational resources for semantic knowledge representation
Alba Luzondo Oyón and Rocío Jiménez Briones
197–232
Exploring the thematic-frame mapping 
in FunGramKB
Fátima Guerra García and Elena Sacramento Lechado
233–250
FunGramKB term extractor: A tool for building terminological ontologies 
from specialised corpora
Ángel Felices-Lago and Pedro Ureña Gómez-Moreno
251–270
Deep semantic representation 
in a domain-specific ontology: Linking EcoLexicon to FunGramKB
Antonio San Martín and Pamela Faber
271–296
A functional and constructional approach for specialized knowledge resources
Beatriz Sánchez Cárdenas and Pamela Faber
297–312
Applying the lexical constructional model to ontology building
Elena Montiel-Ponsoda and Guadalupe Aguado-de-Cea
313–338
The interaction of non-linguistic 
and linguistic knowledge in FunGramKB
Fátima Guerra García
339–366
Low-level situational cognitive models within the Lexical Constructional Model and their computational implementation in FunGramKB
Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez
367–390
Index
391–396
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Terminology
BIC Subject: CFX – Computational linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2013047822