Figure 2: A Head-Complement Rule (simpliﬁed for expository purposes). ones are unary (lexical) rules that serve to introduce by a check for semantic content.
Interfacing Constraint-Based Grammars and Generation Algorithms
This may be due to the linguistic nature of complex terms characterized by a specific semantic and a lexical richness.
A Linguistic Model for Terminology Extraction based Conditional Random Fields
Lexical Semantic Techniques for Corpus Analysis.
Corpus Statistics Meet the Noun Compound: Some Empirical Results
Kunze’s theory of semantic emphasis (Theorie der semantischen Emphase ) is under development for the lexical entries of the text analysis pro ject kontext [Firzlaff and Haenelt, 1992].
Emphatic generation: employing the theory of semantic emphasis for text generation
According to the algorithm described in Figure 4, and due to the syntactic-head and semantic-head link relation, the lex rule can only be applied to the lexical entry for sentence (Figure 1).
A generation algorithm for f-structure representations