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Introducing PersPred, a syntactic and semantic database for Persian Complex Predicates

Abstract : This paper introduces PersPred, the first manually elaborated syntactic and semantic database for Persian Complex Predicates (CPs). Beside their theoretical interest, Persian CPs constitute an important challenge in Persian lexicography and for NLP. The first delivery, PersPred 1, contains 700 CPs, for which 22 fields of lexical, syntactic and semantic information are encoded. The semantic classification PersPred provides allows to account for the productivity of these combinations in a way which does justice to their compositionality without overlooking their idiomaticity.
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Pollet Samvelian, Pegah Faghiri. Introducing PersPred, a syntactic and semantic database for Persian Complex Predicates. The 9th Workshop on Multiword Expressions, Jun 2013, Atlanta, Georgia, United States. pp.11-20. ⟨halshs-00974259⟩

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