L'antonymie observée avec des méthodes de TAL : une relation à la fois syntagmatique et paradigmatique ?

Abstract : In this paper, we use NLP methods to test the hypothesis, suggested by several linguistic studies, that antonymy is not only a paradigmatic but also a syntagmatic relation : antonym pairs, that have been classically described by their ability to be substituted for each other, also tend to frequently co-occur in texts. We use two methods – distributional analysis on the paradigmatic level, lexico-syntactic pattern recognition on the syntagmatic level. Results show that antonym detection is not significantly improved by combining the two methods : a set of antonyms do not satisfy the test for substitutability, which tends to confirm the predominance of the syntagmatic level for studying and identifying antonymy.
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François Morlane-Hondère, Cécile Fabre. L'antonymie observée avec des méthodes de TAL : une relation à la fois syntagmatique et paradigmatique ?. Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles - TALN 2010, Jul 2010, Montréal, Canada. pp.6. ⟨halshs-00547601⟩

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