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Fri Nov 09 2007
Qs: Classification of Causal Expressions in English
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Classification of Causal Expressions in English
Message 1: Classification of Causal Expressions in English
From: Irina Temnikova <i.temnikova2wlv.ac.uk>
Subject: Classification of Causal Expressions in English
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I am a MPhil/PhD student, who is working on causal relations identification
Computational linguistics field. For my research I need to discover a
universally accepted and, as much as possible, complete classification of
causal expressions in English, classified on the basis of different
criteria, such as their form (complex, simple), semantic roles (cause,
reason, purpose, etc.), grammatical function, etc.
Does anybody know about the existence of such classification? Or if not,
could you suggest me any relevant works to consult in order to get a
Thanks in advance,
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