RE: Corpora: Syntactic/Phonologic network?

From: John Goldsmith (
Date: Tue Jan 29 2002 - 02:49:21 MET

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    Mikhail Belkin and I are working along lines that might interest you --
    we're primarily interested in learning from very raw corpora. We have a
    paper on building a two-dimensional representation -- a map, so to speak
    -- for words in a corpus, based on the distribution of words adjacent to

    We have a preliminary report at

    John A. Goldsmith
    Department of Linguistics, The University of Chicago

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    Subject: Corpora: Syntactic/Phonologic network?

    I know of several attempts to build sematic networks according
    to semantic relations between words (e.g. cyc, WordNet). Are there
    attempts to do the same for syntactic or phonological information? (e.g.
    "send" will be close to "convince" syntactically because both are
    ditransitive verbs.
    "fish" and "wish" are similar phonologically)
    Yuval Feinstein
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