29 May 2015

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Paul_Buitelaar, John_McCrae


<scribe> Scribe: Philipp

add agendum decomposition module

Armando> Example 1 : AmphibiousLanding is ok, add two subterms


Use comunidad autónoma / federal state as example…

Add example otitis, Ohrentzündung

extend range of correspondsTo to SyntacticFrame, update picture

Rewrite: The simplest way to do this is by means of subterm property, which indicates that a lexical entry is a part of another entry. to make it clear

Otitis/Ohrenenzündung: example 1

add prose to example of comunidad autonoma saying that with subterm we can not specify the gender

Yes, I will provide the canonical form of each entry in the decomposition module

Clarify what is meant with inflectional property

Definition of Component change: The class Components represents a lexical entry that is part of another lexical entry.

Example 2b showing how the tokenization can be represented...

Use SyntacticFrame in example 4

Component represnts the use of a lexical entry in a compound.

Summary of Action Items

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