Lexical relations

Jean-Pierre Koenig

The thrust of this book is to provide a model of lexical relations which reconciles the lexicon's idiosyncratic and productive aspects. Building on work in Head-Driven Phrase-Structure Grammar, an organization of lexical knowledge is proposed called the Type Underspecified Hierarchical Lexicon through which partial regularities, medium-size generalization, and truly productive processes receive a unified model. Its basic thesis is that all lexical relations reduce to categorization (the membership of the two related lexemes in a common category) and that category intersection is the only mechanism needed to model lexical processes provided lexical items can be stored partially underspecified as to their category membership. Aside from the conceptual simplification that results from this move, the book demonstrates that several empirical and theoretical benefits accrue to this architecture; in particular, many salient properties of morphological processes are shown to reduce to inherent, formal properties of the organization of the lexicon.

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The thrust of this book is to provide a model of lexical relations which reconciles the lexicon's idiosyncratic and productive aspects. Building on work in Head-Driven Phrase-Structure Grammar, an organization of lexical knowledge is proposed called the Type Underspecified Hierarchical Lexicon through which partial regularities, medium-size generalization, and truly productive processes receive a unified model. Its basic thesis is that all lexical relations reduce to categorization (the membership of the two related lexemes in a common category) and that category intersection is the only mechanism needed to model lexical processes provided lexical items can be stored partially underspecified as to their category membership. Aside from the conceptual simplification that results from this move, the book demonstrates that several empirical and theoretical benefits accrue to this architecture; in particular, many salient properties of morphological processes are shown to reduce to inherent, formal properties of the organization of the lexicon.

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[目次]

  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Two kinds of lexical relations
  • 3. On-line type construction
  • 4. A typed constituent structure-based morphology
  • 5. The and/or nature of morphological processes
  • 6. Conclusion
  • Appendix
  • Type declarations
  • Bibliography
  • Index.

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[目次]

  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Two kinds of lexical relations
  • 3. On-line type construction
  • 4. A typed constituent structure-based morphology
  • 5. The and/or nature of morphological processes
  • 6. Conclusion
  • Appendix
  • Type declarations
  • Bibliography
  • Index.

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この本の情報

書名 Lexical relations
著作者等 Koenig, Jean-Pierre
シリーズ名 Stanford monographs in linguistics
出版元 CSLI Publications : Center for the Study of Language and Information
刊行年月 c1999
ページ数 x, 213 p.
大きさ ill. : 24 cm
ISBN 1575861763
1575861771
NCID BA42562441
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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