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Domaines et classes sémantiques

Abstract : This study examines the link between subject “fields” and semantic “classes”. After an explanation of the termes used, a two-pronged analysis is put forward. First, it appears that fields are heterogeneous sets, which can be analysed into finer semantic classes : this point is illustrated with three examples (verbs related to hairdressing, politics and numbers). But the reverse happens to be true : many classes can cross several fields. This means the two categories intersect and complete each other. Both prove to be useful for disambiguation, within the framework of automatic treatment of languages.
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Michel Mathieu-Colas. Domaines et classes sémantiques. Verbum (Presses Universitaires de Nancy), Université de Nancy II, 2007, 29 (1-2), pp.11-24. ⟨halshs-00433851⟩



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