French patterns for expressing concept relations
Researchers who are developing tools for extracting conceptual information automatically from corpora require inventories of linguistic patterns that can be incorporated into their toolsets. While several inventories of English patterns exist, almost none have been published for French. This paper provides an inventory of French linguistic patterns that commonly express generic-specific, part-whole and function relations in specialized texts. Our inventory is accompanied by a discussion of associated problematic issues.
Published online: 21 June 2002
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