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Framing Constructicography

Journal article
Authors H C Boas
Benjamin Lyngfelt
T T Torrent
Published in Lexicographica : Internationales Jahrbuch für Lexikographie
Volume 35
Issue 1
Pages 41–85
ISSN 0175-6206
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Swedish
Pages 41–85
Language en
Links https://doi.org/10.1515/lex-2019-00...
Keywords Frame Semantics; Construction Grammar; FrameNet; Constructicography; Constructicon
Subject categories Swedish language, Linguistics, Language Technology (Computational Linguistics)

Abstract

Constructicography can be defined as a blend between Construction Grammar and Practical Lexicography, which aims at developing constructicons: repositories of form and function pairings in a language. In this paper, we present a comprehensive overview of this emerging field by (i) tracking the origins of both Frame Semantics and Construction Grammar and the repercussions of their intertwined developments to Computational Lexicography and Constructicography; (ii) comparing the impacts of the different degrees of interconnection between constructicons and framenets and (iii) discussing the possible applications of these resources. Also, we argue that Constructicography, while obviously building on the accumulated knowledge compiled by numerous Construction Grammar approaches to language, also contributes to its mother theory, since the effort to build coherent formalized computational resources forces constructionist analysis to go beyond describing families of constructions into the enterprise of describing a coherent construction grammar of a language.

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