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Machine Learning of Lexical Inheritance Hierarchies: Linguistic Plausibility vs. Minimal Redundancy

By Caroline Sporleder


Lexical inheritance hierarchies are used widely as a means of representing lexical information efficiently, but there have been few attempts to construct them automatically. This paper presents a modular architecture which makes it possible to evaluate different formal criteria that may guide a learning algorithm

Year: 2002
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