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Therefore, the nation-specific plays a big role in thinking and reflecting on the reality. Han ethnic sequence element reflecting: subject - behavior - guest. It is reflected in the grammatical structure: Subject - predicate - object. Kazakh thinking reaction sequence elements of reality is: subject - object - behavior. It is reflected in the grammatical structure:
subject - object - predicate. Chinese and Kazakh verb and object word orders are different, but their dominance relationship is the same. Therefore it remains to be the same structure as the comparison. Chinese and Kazakh language simple sentence structure has roughly the same classification, the simple sentence formed by the main component that is the basic sentence; in Kazakh it is called an Non-extended sentence. In addition except the main component there is also other minor component of a simple sentence that is extended sentence and in Kazakh language it also called extended sentence. A sentence include subject variable, and only when the predicate variable is able to confirm the subject it is called the indefinite-personal sentence. There is no exact Person Subject, the person cannot be seen from the Personal predicate form, or, though logical subject, and the predicate does not complex with personal sentence, but with impersonal sentence. The subject of this sentence is difficult to find. Complete sentence: the complete sentence includes all the related to each other components making a sentence, the sentence doesn’t divide into primary and secondary sentence components. Sentence elements compose complete sentences. Incomplete sentence: the incomplete sentence does not include all the related components, but there is a sentence with omitted component. Sentence elements compose incomplete sentences. This sentence contains the command, calling, complementary fragments and sigh fragments.
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This paper explores Chinese semantic role la- beling (SRL) for nominal predicates. Besides those widely used features in verbal SRL, various nominal SRL-specific features are first included. Then, we improve the perform- ance of nominal SRL by integrating useful features derived from a state-of-the-art verbal SRL system. Finally, we address the issue of automatic predicate recognition, which is es- sential for a nominal SRL system. Evaluation on Chinese NomBank shows that our research in integrating various features derived from verbal SRL significantly improves the per- formance. It also shows that our nominal SRL system much outperforms the state-of-the-art ones.
Then too see how the affixes work in sentencepattern of Indonesia- Makasarese dialect. The method used in this research is descriptive- qualitative. The analysis used is Morphosyntaxis. It is focused on explaining the grammatical function in the use of Indonesian-Makassarese dialect. The analysis shows that, the writer explained a lot of about basic sentencepattern from Indonesian Language with Makassarese dialect, from which the writer get similarities on the element of the sentence formation, such as : subject (S), predicate (P or V), and object (O) in a sentence. The sentencepattern S+ V in English is similar to Indonesian-Makassarese dialect sentencepattern; But Indonesian-Makassarese dialect have special affixes which have special class as KB or noun, (KS) or adjective, ( KK) or verb and (Kata ganti orang) or Personal pronoun. Indonesia and Indonesia- makassarese dialect have some similarities in structure of type such as S+P or S+V and S+P+O or S+V+O. Furthermore, the difference between the basic sentence in Indonesia and Indonesia-Makassarese dialect are the element sentence formations. In Indonesia-Makassarese dialect sentencepattern are S+V+O, this patterns flexible. It can change into V+S+O, V+O+S and V+S without changing its meaning. While in Indonesia, sentencepattern is a permanent, it does not change pattern.
Rule base is also a key technique to analyze sentence constituent. Rule base that proposed in this thesis is based on the “ from-bottom-to-top “ analysis in order to decide POS. Determine the part of speech by affixes, then determine the specific components of the word in the sentence by the relation of word and the up and down words. Grammar judgment of traditional Mongolian is related to judgment of a new word that got by the stem of a noun, adjective, or determines access affix. The traditional Mongolian affix determination is similar to “from-bottom-to-top” determination, but not the same.
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It is called by the main module after a user has entered a sentence ending with a full stop. This module accepts the entire sentence as argument and breaks it into consecutive terms. Then it makes a combination of each term with every term to check for possible combination of words by matching these combinations against a database a collocation database. If any phrases or word combinations are found then they are adjusted by concatenating them together. This module also concatenates multiple verbs as they get transformed into a single verb in L2 language also.
A similar view is shared by Gforge (2010) who argues that nominalization is a source of ambiguity, and that the absence of semantic information in nominalization increases the degree of ambiguity and the difficulty in correctly encoding a sentence. The concerns expressed by Giltrow and Gforge might be genuine. However, these could be isolated instances of ambiguity attributable to poor proofreading. What is more, anecdotal evidences from refereed articles suggest that they are perfect examples of good writing devoid of such infractions as ambiguity. Again, if a text is complex it does not mean it is ambiguous.
This underlying issue has sparked interest in the ATS research community with one of the proposed solutions is using Sentence Compression (SC). Jing (2000) defined SC as an independent task or problem in ATS where: a) unimportant details from a sentence are eliminated, b) salient information is preserved, and c) the sentence grammar is kept intacted. SC can also be viewed as a scaled down version of summarization performed at a sentence level where the problem is typically formulated as a word deletion task (Knight & Marcu, 2000, 2002). The compressed sentence is constructed by removing tokens from the source sentence without applying any paraphrasing or reordering operation such as in abstractive method. Some leading researchers in this field (Cohn & Lapata, 2008; Galanis & Androutsopoulos, 2010) defined this deletion-based approach as an extractive compression differentiating between extractive and abstractive approaches in ATS. The SC approach has been primarily used in single document summarization (Jing, 2000; Knight & Marcu, 2002; Turner & Charniak, 2005), which has been currently applied in the multi-document summarization area later on by (Boudin & Morin, 2013; Filippova, 2010; ShafieiBavani, Ebrahimi, Wong, & Chen, 2016; Wang, Raghavan, Castelli, Florian, & Cardie, 2013).
(1) In the early part of this century, the evolution of the verbal system from Late Egyptian through Demotic to Coptic was still imperfectly known. One problematic area was the historical relationships between Coptic conjugation bases consisting of a single vowel such as av- and ev- and conjugation bases in Late Egyptian and Demotic such as jw.f and . jr.f (also written r.jr.f and jw.jr.f). The matter is of some complexity and cannot be reviewed in detail here. But, for example, anyone searching for the etymology of the so common Coptic past verb form avswtM “he heard, he has heard” would be intrigued that Late Egyptian jw.f Ìr s∂m and .jr.f s∂m are both past in meaning, though the latter form not exclu- sively so. The study of the behavior of these two past verb forms, what- ever its outcome, must have seemed a worthwhile endeavor. It is now known that jw.f Ìr s∂m, which cannot head a sentence, disappeared after Late Egyptian, and that past .jr.f s∂m only survives with certainty in the Faiyumic dialect of Coptic as aavswtM, also written avswtM, whereas Coptic past avswtM derives from neither of these Late Egypt- ian verb forms, but rather from the periphrastic verb form jr.f s∂m, which became common in late Demotic, gradually replacing past s∂m.f.
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Our concern is to consider the syntactic structure of traditional Chinese sentence. Herein, a two steps method is proposed in this paper. The first step is the Part-Of-Speech tagging using the lexi- cal dictionary. It also performs two steps for ac- curacy. First, the tokens with only one POS tag- ging are detected in dictionary, and then POS-to- POS relations are performed to modify by calcu- lating the POS tagging of tokens those were not defined in dictionary. For instance, in Figure 2(1), after performed dictionary mapping, the words
We also presented an Android application for the detection of entries that contain cyberbullying. For the application, beyond the method proposed in this paper, we applied another method for comparison of features and performance. The main difference between the two detection methods from the point of view of software engineering, was that Method B (based on Nitta et al., (2013) required access to the Internet, while retaining low computing-power needs. Method A (proposed here), on the other hand, does not require Internet connection, but needs sufficient computing power. Since the future use of this application is inextricably linked with communication via the Internet, and each new generation of smartphones represents a major technological leap, we believe that these drawbacks will be quickly overcome by technological advances. We outline two paths for further development. First, to improve the detection method itself, we plan to apply different means of data set preprocessing to find out whether performance can be further improved and to what extent. We found that too few highly generalized features (such as parts of speech alone) resulting in very low feature density, as well as too many overly specific features (sentence chunks with dependency relations) resulting in very high feature density, cause similarly poor results. In contrast, feature sets that are, to some extent, generalized but also plentiful (lemmas with POS), resulting in not-too-high and not-too-low feature density, produce the highest scores. We will pursue this path to discover the optimal feature density for the applied data set, and for the proposed method in general. We also plan to obtain new data to evaluate the method more thoroughly and plan to apply different classifiers. Finally, we plan to verify the actual amount of cyberbullying information on the Internet and reevaluate the method in more realistic conditions.
Figure 1 provides the output of our SRL module for the En- glish sentence Steve Jobs gave his annual opening speech to the WWDC at Moscone Center, on Monday. Our SRL mod- ule first processes the sentence providing predicates and role annotations from PropBank. Now, as PropBank is inte- grated into the Predicate Matrix, our SRL module can also obtain the corresponding predicate classes and roles for the rest of the predicate resources. Thus, Steve Jobs identified as A0 role of the nominalpredicate speach.01 corresponds to the Communicator role of a Communication frame ac- cording to FrameNet. Thus, thanks to the Predicate Matrix, predicates and roles from PropBank appear also aligned to the rest of resources.
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We present TruthTeller 1 , a novel algo- rithm and system that identifies the truth value of each predicate in a given sentence. It anno- tates nodes in the text’s dependency parse-tree via a combination of pattern-based annotation rules and a recursive algorithm based on natu- ral logic. In the course of computing truth value, it also computes the implicativity/factivity sig- nature of predicates, and their negation and modality to a basic degree, both of which are made available in the system output. It ad- dresses and combines the aforementioned phe- nomena (see Section 2), many of which weren’t dealt in previous systems.
Or, it can be a KEY word and some additional words around it:
Jane left the house.
That KEY word is called a simple predicate.
In the above example the predicate is built around the verb left. The other words around it (the, house) simply describe the verb "left."
‘Weepy emotions are feminine, and as a consequence of that you can discuss them.’ Instead, Thomas and Gisela want to question this very claim before the statement becomes conversational history and is more difficult to question.
The objections are relevant as some kind of meta-communicative reaction to Dirk’s claiming that weepy emotions are feminine and are therefore probably placed on the speech act level: ‘you claim that weepy emotions are feminine, and as a consequence of that I have to say this: that can be discussed’. 5 The objections can in this way still be considered consequences of the previous interaction, although they cannot be described on the propositional level. From this perspective, which is in line with the suggestion made by Diewald and Fischer (1998) and Fischer (2000), the consecutive meaning of also would still be intact, but it would refer to a different domain than in the propositional use.
1. Read each sentence. Add the correct ending mark. Then label the sentence declarative or interrogative.
a. Abdulkarim learned how to bake . declarative
b. Who solved the hardest math sum in class ? interrogative c. Shaden gave her homework to her teacher . declarative d. Where did the boys play football ? interrogative
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Paraphrases, which stem from the va- riety of lexical and grammatical means of expressing meaning available in a language, pose challenges for a sen- tence generation system. In this paper, we discuss the generation of paraphrases from predicate/argument structure using a simple, uniform gen- eration methodology. Central to our approach are lexico-grammatical re- sources which pair elementary seman- tic structures with their syntactic re- alization and a simple but powerful mechanism for combining resources.