[developers] [incr tsdb()] Process | Vocabulary output
Emily M. Bender
ebender at uw.edu
Wed Aug 8 23:16:28 CEST 2012
Thanks, Dan. What property is being used to indicate "fully inflected"
in this case?
On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 1:50 PM, Dan Flickinger <danf at stanford.edu> wrote:
> Hi Emily -
> My understanding is that the first of the two numbers in the "[n + n]" report is the number of already inflected lexical entries defined in the lexicon with the given orthography, and the second number is the number of lexical rules that can apply to a lexicon-defined entry's stem to produce the given orthography. So [basic + derived]. Thus, in the ERG, "dog" is reported as "[0 + 2]" since there is no fully inflected lexical entry defined with that spelling, but there are two derived forms with that spelling, applying an inflectional rule to each of the noun and verb entries defined in the lexicon.
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> Dear all,
> Is there any documentation on the output of the Process | Vocabulary
> function in [incr tsdb()]? I'm curious in particular what the two
> numbers in "[n + n] lexical entries" mean, but couldn't turn up
> anything on the wiki.
> Emily M. Bender
> Associate Professor
> Department of Linguistics
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