نتایج جستجو برای: collocation

تعداد نتایج: 5137  

Journal: :Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2006
Hsin-YunHu, Zi-CaiLi,

Journal: :South African Computer Journal 2010
MEccles, JSmith, MTanner, JPVan Belle, SVan der Watt,

Journal: :مجلة وادی النیل للدراسات والبحوث الإنسانیة والاجتماعیة والتربویه 2021
Samah Hassan Abu-SerieHussein,

Journal: :Computational Mechanics 2000
P.Breitkopf, G.Touzot, P.Villon,

Journal: :Journal of Nusantara Studies (JONUS) 2020
Lily HanefarezanAsbulah, AshinidaAladdin, MusabSahrim,

2008
P.J.G. Teunissen,

Collocation is a popular method in geodesy for combining heterogeneous data of different kind. It comprises adjustment, interpolation and extrapolation as special cases. Current methods of collocation apply however only if the trend parameters are real valued. In the present contribution we will generalize the theory of collocation by permitting the trend parameters to be integer valued. It wil...

Journal: :Journal of Chinese Language and Computing 2008
Shaokang Qin, Hui Wang,

In this paper we proposed that the neglected three words collocations (trillocation) should be emphasized in collocation study. From the point of view of colligations, more useful collocations could be covered by adding a third category. For a specific third word, it will help avoid the unnaturalness of a two words collocation. A statistic based automatic trillocation extracting system is propo...

2003
Jiangsheng Yu, Zhihui Jin, Zhenshan Wen,

Collocation is a very important relation between words, which can be widely applied to semantic parsing (e.g., word sense disambiguation), machine translation (e.g., automatic alignment of bilingual corpus), computational lexicon, etc. Firstly, we summarized the methods of likelihood interval, likelihood ratio test, u test and χ test for collocation theoretically, and then utilized them to extr...

1993
David Yarowsky,

Previous work [Gale, Church and Yarowsky, 1992] showed that with high probability a polysemous word has one sense per discourse. In this paper we show that for certain definitions of collocation, a polysemous word exhibits essentially only one sense per collocation. We test this empirical hypothesis for several definitions of sense and collocation, and discover that it holds with 90-99% accurac...

2016

Collocation and colligation are two closely related concepts associated with the distributional properties of linguistic items in actual language use. Specifically, collocation and colligation refer to the likelihood of co-occurrence of (two or more) lexical items and grammatical categories, respectively. Both terms have been attributed to J. R. Firth (1957: 194–195; 1968: 181–183; see Östman a...

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