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-====== ​ Exploring Properties of Intralingual and Interlingual Association Measures Visually ​- Zurich Open Repository and Archive  ​======+====== ​ Exploring Properties of Intralingual and Interlingual Association Measures Visually ======
  
 Our work relies on a [[..:​costep:​|multingual corpus]] that we automatically annotate on several levels (tagging, lemmatization,​ dependency parsing) and align on a sentence and word level (see Figure {{ref>​sample_sentence}}). ​ We calculate intralingual and interlingual association measures as described [[http://​www.zora.uzh.ch/​126666/​|here]],​ which helps us identifying phrasemes. ​ Phrasemes are characterized by being more than the sum of their lexical units. ​ Exploiting this property, we can derive lists of support verb constructions such as the ones shown in Table {{ref>​svc_leko}} by combining intralingual and interlingual association measures. Our work relies on a [[..:​costep:​|multingual corpus]] that we automatically annotate on several levels (tagging, lemmatization,​ dependency parsing) and align on a sentence and word level (see Figure {{ref>​sample_sentence}}). ​ We calculate intralingual and interlingual association measures as described [[http://​www.zora.uzh.ch/​126666/​|here]],​ which helps us identifying phrasemes. ​ Phrasemes are characterized by being more than the sum of their lexical units. ​ Exploiting this property, we can derive lists of support verb constructions such as the ones shown in Table {{ref>​svc_leko}} by combining intralingual and interlingual association measures.

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