Syntactic Lexicon for French
is a syntactic lexicon for French automatically extracted from a
It contains syntactic frames of verbs and adjectives present in the corpus. Every entry consists of a lemma, all syntactic realisations (frames) found in the corpus and its frequency in the Treebank.
The lexicon contains 3229 entries corresponding to 1912 verbs (lemmas) present in the corpus.
Automatic frame extraction has been based on syntactic annotations present in the Treebank but
optional realisations of specific frames have been added manually by Anne AbeillĂ©.
The lexicon contains 2506 entries corresponding to 2166 adjectives (lemmas) present in the corpus.
Automatic frame extraction has been guided by a linguistic study of adjectival
constructions in order to complete annotations missing in the corpus.
Some rights are reserved. Treelex is released under Creative Commons By-NC-SA.
References (prefinal versions)
- KupĹ›Ä‡, A., AbeillĂ© A. Growing TreeLex. In Gelbukh, A. (ed.), 9th International Conference (CICLing), Haifa (Israel), February 2008, p. 28-39 (Lecture Notes in Computational Linguistics, 4919)
- KupĹ›Ä‡, A. Adjectives in TreeLex. In KĹ‚opotek, M., PrzepiĂłrkowski, A., WierzchoĹ„, S., Trojanowski, K. (ed.), 16th International Conference Intelligent Information Systems, Zakopane (Poland), 16-18 juin 2008, Academic Publishing House EXIT, p. 287-296