There’s no Accounting for Taste – Except in Dictionaries …

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AuthorAnna Braasch
TitleThere’s no Accounting for Taste – Except in Dictionaries …
AbstractThis paper discusses essential aspects of a new methodology for a corpus based lexicographic approach as developed within the project on Descriptive Lexical Specifications (DELIS, LRE 61.034). The main topics treated here are (1) description and analysis of electronic corpus data in terms of semantic frames and (2) interpretation of the analysis results towards formal lexical representations to be used in computational lexicography. The frame semantics approach provides the theoretical basis for lexical specification of corpus data. The descriptive model (exemplified by perception verbs) interrelates semantic, syntactic and morphological levels.
SessionPART 1 - Word meaning / lexical semantics
author = {Anna Braasch},
title = {There's no Accounting for Taste - Except in Dictionaries ...},
pages = {45-55},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the 6th EURALEX International Congress},
year = {1994},
month = {aug-sep},
date = {30-3},
address = {Amsterdam, the Netherlands},
editor = {Willy Martin, Willem Meijs, Margreet Moerland, Elsemiek ten Pas, Piet van Sterkenburg & Piek Vossen},
publisher = {Euralex},
isbn = {90-900-7537-2},