Adding Semantic Relations to a Large-Coverage Connective Lexicon of German

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Authors Manfred Stede, Tatjana Scheffler
Journal/Conference Name LREC 2016 5
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Paper Abstract DiMLex is a lexicon of German connectives that can be used for various language understanding purposes. We enhanced the coverage to 275 connectives, which we regard as covering all known German discourse connectives in current use. In this paper, we consider the task of adding the semantic relations that can be expressed by each connective. After discussing different approaches to retrieving semantic information, we settle on annotating each connective with senses from the new PDTB 3.0 sense hierarchy. We describe our new implementation in the extended DiMLex, which will be available for research purposes.
Date of publication 2016
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