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Close encounters of the fifth kind: Some linguistic and computational aspects of the Swedish FrameNet++ project

Journal article
Authors Lars Borin
Markus Forsberg
Benjamin Lyngfelt
Published in Veredas
Volume 17
Issue 1
Pages 28-43
ISSN 1415-2533
Publication year 2013
Published at Department of Swedish
Pages 28-43
Language en
Links www.ufjf.br/revistaveredas/files/20...
Keywords SALDO; Swedish FrameNet; SweFN; SweFN++; Swedish constructicon; SweCxn; language technology resources; FrameNet; constructicon; construction grammar; lexical resources; language technology
Subject categories Swedish language, Linguistics, Language Technology (Computational Linguistics), Computational linguistics

Abstract

The Swedish FrameNet++ (SweFN++) project aims at developing an integrated Swedish lexical macro-resource to be used primarily in language technology R&D to build natural language processing (NLP) applications. Most of the component resources making up SweFN++ are existing digital lexical resources; in their case the central project effort is directed at making them interoperable on as many levels as possible. An important new resource being created in the project is a Swedish framenet. Now a sister project is starting with the aim of adding a Swedish constructicon (SweCxn) to the macro-resource. In this paper, we discuss some theoretical and conceptual issues which have arisen in the course of our work on the SweFN++ and the planning of the SweCxn, in the close encounter between the practical requirements of NLP and the theory and practice of linguistic – lexical and grammatical – description.

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