1 Semantic role
labeling branch of computational semantics
Given a verb that represents an event trigger, each pair (verb, case) or each triple (verb, preposition, and case) should be associated with a semantic role
The accommodation of the base and suffix in the above composites is primarily to be analysed in terms of profiling semantic roles
and creative new cognitive domains Since, according to Kardela (2005), profiling semantic roles
from the Action Chain accounts for derivations involving event structures, and the above coinages definitely are not eventive but perceptual in their nature, as they denote various social phenomena, it seems more appropriate to adopt here the Stage Model, which accounts for perceptual experience (Langacker 1987).
A more detailed subdivision uses both semantic and syntactic criteria: semantic roles
of predicates, verbal forms, and case marking of arguments.
As the evaluation of this candidate shows, however, the speaker thinks context and world knowledge may be insufficient for the hearer to tell the semantic role
of the market place (i.
We use SBVR vocabulary as the target semantic roles
due to the fact that the mapping of SBVR vocabulary to OCL is easy and straightforward.
In contrast, Elvira is far more likely to be given the semantic role
of agent (Dirven & Verspoor, 1998).
According to the De-categorization View, when the object of CHI does not carry the semantic role
PATIENT, it is believed to be de-categorized or the NP after CHI is regarded as a NON-OBJECT.
In such scenarios, genitive complements as landmarks with the semantic role
of a broadly understood effector (7) function as some kind of impulse to the subject/trajector.
Ilie proposes a pragmatic analysis in terms of semantic roles
of the ideologically based linguistic manipulation underlying the rhetoric of totalitarian discourse (with special reference to dictator Nicolae Ceaucescu's speeches in communist Romania), insisting on the linguistic violations that consist in demoting the agent role, normally associated with humans, to the status of instrument or patient semantic role
, while promoting the instrument and patient roles to the status of institutional agent roles.
OT offers an account in terms of rankings of violable constraints linking a semantic role
to a grammatical function.
2) Though they are not strictly semantic (for lacking reference and truth-conditions), narrow contents--and hence individualistic features--play an important semantic role
These two very elegant readings--of Horne in terms of the performance in his poems of print and print-making in the service of a secular religion of the beautiful, and of James through the analysis of a bibliographic crux that extends and allegorizes the semantic role
of syntactic ambiguity in his work--culminate in an argument for 'the interpretive relevance of historical method' (where 'historical' refers primarily to bibliographic history), and for understanding textuality as 'a complex and evolving set of material and sociohistorical events' (p.
universals and argument linking; theoretical, typological, and psycholinguistic perspectives.
Whether a suitable semantic role
may be found for the construct resulting from conventional meaning + reference assignment + indexical interpretation, and whether this role somehow reflects any pre-theoretic everyday concept, are questions that ought to be the result of the type of inquiry pursued in Literal Meaning, rather than its starting point.