Browsing by Author "Rodríguez Fernández, Sara"

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  • Rodríguez Fernández, Sara (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2018-03-27)
    Suele admitirse que las colocaciones en el sentido de coocurrencias idiosincráticas de palabras son un reto en el aprendizaje de lenguas. Los estudiantes producen frecuentemente combinaciones “agramaticales”' como *dar una ...
  • Rodríguez Fernández, Sara; Carlini, Roberto; Espinosa-Anke, Luis; Wanner, Leo (ELRA (European Language Resources Association), 2016)
    Collocations such as heavy rain or make [a] decision, are combinations of two elements where one (the base) is freely chosen, while the/nchoice of the other (collocate) is restricted, depending on the base. Collocations ...
  • Espinosa-Anke, Luis; Camacho-Collados, Jose; Rodríguez Fernández, Sara; Saggion, Horacio; Wanner, Leo (COLING, 2016)
    WordNet is probably the best known lexical resource in Natural Language Processing. While it/nis widely regarded as a high quality repository of concepts and semantic relations, updating and/nextending it manually is costly. ...
  • Rodríguez Fernández, Sara; Espinosa-Anke, Luis; Carlini, Roberto; Wanner, Leo (Sociedad Española para el Procesamiento del Lenguaje Natural (SEPLN), 2016)
    Collocations are combinations of two lexically dependent elements, of which one (the base) is freely chosen because of its meaning, and the choice of the other (the collocate) depends on the base. Collocations are difficult ...
  • Rodríguez Fernández, Sara; Espinosa-Anke, Luis; Carlini, Roberto; Wanner, Leo (ACL (Association for Computational Linguistics), 2016)
    L2 learners often produce “ungrammatical” word combinations such as, e.g., *give a suggestion or *make a walk. This is because of the “collocationality” of one of their items (the base) that limits the acceptance of ...

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