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On the Construction of Ontologies based on Natural Language Semantic

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On the Construction of Ontologies based on Natural Language Semantic
instrumental roles in titles of medical abstracts: a combined conceptual and modelling UML approach Topic – This paper provides a detailed description of the instrumental role in conceptualized events which cause states to transform or inchoative events to occur as in FrameNet (Ruppenhofer et al. 2006). In line with action chains in cognitive grammar (Langacker 2008) and causality in Talmy (2000), instrumentals are part of a causal process. In this respect, we integrate cognitive linguistics and medical terminology/LSP (Nuopponen 2008) into FrameNet’s considerations on using frames designed for LGP. Theme –Medical journal titles are discursive subgenres in which medical doctors retrieve treatment methods for diseases. These titles reflect causal cues (italics in the example) and instrumentals (in bold) by linking treatments and their effect(s) on patient states, as in Ischemia Induced by Transesophageal Atrial Pacing Stress Echocardiography Predicts Long-Term Mortality. We analyz...
Terje Aaberge
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where EJC
Authors Terje Aaberge
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