semantic relation


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Noun1.semantic relation - a relation between meanings
linguistic relation - a relation between linguistic forms or constituents
hyponymy, subordination - the semantic relation of being subordinate or belonging to a lower rank or class
hypernymy, superordination - the semantic relation of being superordinate or belonging to a higher rank or class
synonymity, synonymousness, synonymy - the semantic relation that holds between two words that can (in a given context) express the same meaning
antonymy - the semantic relation that holds between two words that can (in a given context) express opposite meanings
holonymy, whole to part relation - the semantic relation that holds between a whole and its parts
meronymy, part to whole relation - the semantic relation that holds between a part and the whole
troponymy - the semantic relation of being a manner of does something
Translations
BedeutungsbeziehungBedeutungsrelationsemantische Relation
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In the research of semantic retrieval, the main idea is based on ontology semantic network and reasoning mechanism of ontology is used to realize general semantic relation.
Semi-supervised learning for semantic relation classification using stratified sampling strategy," in Proceedings of the Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, vol.
G|dert, Hubrich, and Nagelschmidt discuss how document retrieval and search results can be improved based on an expanded set of differentiated semantic relation types that allow for drawing machine inferences along the relational structure.
1985) as optional adverbial participial and verbless clauses that are not introduced by a subordinator and that consequently implicitly convey either a particular semantic relation that has to be inferred from the text or several overlapping semantic relations.
Forwardable 1 - Cultural Domain Analysis 2 Included Term Semantic Relation Cover Term X is/are the the teacher characteristic(s) of --A curved posture with shoulders away from the parents --A worried facial expression with eyes wide open --Elbows resting on table with one hand at the mouth --Small lines drawn in front of the face depicting worry Source: Own elaboration
Opposition in this sense would then include any type of semantic relation based on opposite features, and antonymy would be reserved for prototypical examples such as hot -cold.
Step 2: In the second step the optimization technique is employed to predict infrequent features based on a semantic relation using the WordNet Lexical dictionary.
The proposed ArWn for mobile can be evaluated using semantic relation features.
Nevertheless, the fact that the targets used in the task did not have a semantic relation with each other a priori could partly explain why the resulting networks had some isolated words on the one hand, and groups of words on the other hand.
As was mentioned in the introduction, antonymy can be considered a paradoxical semantic relation, because at first sight the senses involved differ radically, yet on second thoughts the opposite senses have more aspects in common than not.
In this case, semantic priming effects have not been always obtained and their presence appears to depend on the type of semantic relation between the prime-target word pairs (i.
These findings can be interpreted as supporting the DRM since they showed that the greater the degree of meaning similarity between two words, the more number of shared nodes will became activated, and consequently, greater interference effects will be observed when the semantic relation is very close.

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