Frames and Concept Types: Applications in Language and by Thomas Gamerschlag, Doris Gerland, Rainer Osswald, Wiebke

By Thomas Gamerschlag, Doris Gerland, Rainer Osswald, Wiebke Petersen

This quantity showcases the capability richness of body representations. The presentation contains introductory articles at the software of frames to linguistics and philosophy of technological know-how, providing readers the instruments to behavior the interdisciplinary research of thoughts that frames let.

* Introductory articles at the software of frames to linguistics and philosophy of technology

* body research of adjustments in clinical ideas

* occasion frames and lexical decomposition

* houses, body attributes and adjectives

* Frames in suggestion composition

* Nominal proposal kinds and resolution​

"This quantity offers with body representations and their relatives to idea varieties in linguistics and philosophy of technology. It goals at reviving techniques and frames as a standard version throughout disciplines for representing semantic and conceptual wisdom. Departing from the final assumption that frames usually are not simply an arbitrary structure of illustration yet necessary to human cognition, a few case reports observe frames as an analytical device to a variety of phenomena, from alterations in clinical ideas to specific linguistic phenomena. this offers new insights into long-standing semantic matters, equivalent to the lexical illustration of verbs (as predicative frames specifying specific occasion descriptions or state of affairs kinds and their participants), adjectives and nominals (as inspiration frames, which offer attributes and homes of an entity), in addition to amendment, complementation, possessive buildings, compounding, nominal idea varieties, selection, or definiteness marking." Bert Gehrke, Pompeu, Fabra college, Barcelona, Spain

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This problem, however, can be dealt with. Part of the solution consists in recognizing that the terms and notions for multiple parts are superordinates of terms and notions for unique parts. The superordinates can, at least in principle, be disambiguated into, say, LEFT EYE, INDEX FINGER, TIBIA , etc. instead of just ‘eye’, ‘finger’, ‘bone’, respectively. Thus, a mereological frame for the human hand would exhibit attributes such as THUMB, INDEX FINGER , MIDDLE FINGER , etc. instead of five equal generalized (pseudo-)attributes ‘finger’.

The students gathered in their classroom. b. The students gathered in their classrooms. The collective plural in (1a) indicates that the predication ‘gathered in their classroom’ applies to a multitude of students as a whole. The singular form of classroom forces the reading that there is one group of students all of whom gathered in one classroom. In (1b), classrooms is plural, yielding a predication about a group of groups of students, each group gathering in one out of a group of classrooms.

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