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A Study of Syntactic and Semantic Information for Natural Language Processing: {be (rain)}

  • Korean Semantics
  • 2006, 19(), pp.1-35
  • Publisher : The Society Of Korean Semantics
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

Park Keon-Sook. 2006. A Study of Syntactic and Semantic Information for Natural Language Processing: {be (rain)}. Korean Semantics, 19. The purpose of this research is to analyze the syntactic structure and the semantic feature of ‘weather terms’ {be (rain)} and to present the syntactic and semantic information for natural language processing. To undertake the syntactic and semantic analysis, the data were collected from the following sources: ‘the weather forecast’ on the <Korean Broadcasting System News 9> for the three years.The subject and rationale for this research are as follows: First, this research deals with weather terms {be (rain)}. Weather is the global phenomena and it is useful in machine translation or grammar check, information retrieval and so on that the syntactic and semantic information. Second, in Korean, representative weather terms, {be (rain)} is used only noun, so this research is to analyze the paradigmatic relation the noun with the verb. I analyze the paradigmatic relation with the particle, verb, modifier {X1} of the {NP} and modifier {X2} of the {VP}. With a base by the syntactic information, I analyze the semantic features of the each component. Each component has various semantic features and links as a word-web. This provides selectional restrictions for the intelligent natural language processing. In conclusion, I suggest that my research is not only more reasonable, but also more practical and efficient for implementing on intelligent natural language processing.

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