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On the Marking of Part of Speech-Based on Two Dictionaries

Author: WangJinXiu
Tutor: YueFangSui
School: Anhui University
Course: Chinese Philology
Keywords: Modern Chinese Dictionary Regulation Code Speech Labeling Explanation with examples Ambiguity Word
CLC: H164
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2007
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Abstract


Of POS labeling from the two dictionaries title , carding domestic research in Speech Labeling the basis of comprehensive study of the \Speech Labeling division and the meaning , interpretation of the text with the example of \This article adhere to the part-of-speech label comparative analysis of two dictionaries , descriptive analysis and measurement statistics based on theoretical analysis , proposed the following new view : first , each entry in the dictionary are of shaped tone of righteous unity , we should be in the \Second , part-of-speech label on the righteousness entry division , release text with patients have some impact . After the introduction of part-of-speech label , the dictionary meaning items divided more scientific and more reasonable ; interpretation of the word part of speech and is released word part of speech you want to try to maintain the same , but the definition of style description style interpretation of the text should not be demanding ; with Example To reflect is released word belongs to parts of speech of typical usage taking into account the special cases of the commonly used . Third, two dictionaries Ambiguity Word processing is basically the same , and have adopted the broad sense of the concept of class of words . View from the dictionary , Concurrence words total , using a generalized concept of class words and no excessive increase in the number of Ambiguity Word , and should therefore be included in the profiled Concurrence words to the words of General Concurrence . Fourth , two more serious Dictionary - category words marked differences , I comb type , on the basis of analysis of the causes of the only strengthen the sense of responsibility , to strengthen the study of the basic theory , quantitative research in order to completely resolve differences .

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