Oxford University Press (1997)

James Pustejovsky
Brandeis University
Lexical ambiguity presents one of the most intractable problems for language processing studies and, not surprisingly, it is at the core of research in lexical semantics. Originally published as two special issues of the Journal of Semantics, this collection focuses on the problem of polysemy, from the point of view of practitioners of computational linguistics.
Keywords Polysemy  Semantics  Discourse analysis
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Call number P325.5.P65.L49 1997
ISBN(s) 019823662X   9780198236627
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