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Les groupes nominaux complexes et leurs propriétés : application à l'analyse de l'information

Abstract : This dissertation is organized around two axes. The first is based on variation and stability studies of terminogical noun phrases and their role in the information analysis device. While the stability of a term is a sign that the notion which it represents is becoming ordinary, its variation, on the contrary, often reveals a conceptual instability of the notion, underscoring the activity of an emerging or growing sector. The second axis is devoted to another group of complex NPs : predicative NPs formed with nominalisations of verbs. The main interest of this linguistic structure is that it has information units which are essential to the sentence : subject, complements and adverbial complements. The fact that each noun predicate marks these subject or complement arguments with a subset of specific prepositions eases the identification and leads to making a typology. This typology is used to identify in corpora the lexical entries of these nominal verbs based on the computer processing of verbs and their nominalisation. An assessment is made of the relevance of these lexical entries in their capability to find the right arguments. The interest of using predicate structures acquired for the interpretation of coocurrent term clusters in further developed.
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Jean Royauté. Les groupes nominaux complexes et leurs propriétés : application à l'analyse de l'information. Autre [cs.OH]. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 1999. Français. ⟨NNT : 1999NAN10140⟩. ⟨tel-01747084⟩



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