By Bolshakov Igor A., Gelbukh Alexander
Bolshakov I., Gelbukh A. Computational linguistics.. types, assets, purposes (Mexico, 2004)(ISBN 9703601472)
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Let us put another example: some word processors can hyphenate words according to the information about the vowels and consonants in a specific alphabet and about syllable formation in a specific language. Thus, they are language-dependent. However, they do not rely on large enough linguistic resources. Therefore, simple hyphenation programs only border upon the software that can be considered linguistic proper. As to spell checkers that use a large word list and complicated morphologic tables, they are just linguistic programs.
Along with some historical information, these dictionaries provide semantic explanations, but without a formal description of the main linguistic properties of lexemes, even in morphologic and syntactic aspects. Formal description and algorithmization of a language is the objective of research teams in computational linguistics. Several teams in this field oriented to Spanish work now in Barcelona and Madrid, Spain. However, even this is rather little for a country of the European Community, where unilingual and multilingual efforts are well supported by the governmental and international agencies.
Under this approach, the pattern called subcategorization frame has the form: dar N1 a N2, where N1 and N2 stand for noun phrases, without exposure of their semantic roles. Thus, these phrases are not distinguishable semantically, they only can be given different syntactic interpretations: N1 is a direct complement and N2 is an indirect complement. We have induced only one of the possible subcategorization frames for the verb dar. To reflect the structure of the sentence Juan (1) dio a Elena (3) muchas flores (2), with the same semantic valen- A HISTORICAL OUTLINE 41 cies given in a different order, we are compelled to introduce another pattern: dar a
Computational linguistics: models, resources, applications by Bolshakov Igor A., Gelbukh Alexander