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1Szpakowicz, S. ; Bond, F. ; Nakov, P. ; Kim, S.N.: On the semantics of noun compounds.
In: Natural language engineering. 2013, April, S.1-2.
Abstract: The noun compound - a sequence of nouns which functions as a single noun - is very common in English texts. No language processing system should ignore expressions like steel soup pot cover if it wants to be serious about such high-end applications of computational linguistics as question answering, information extraction, text summarization, machine translation - the list goes on. Processing noun compounds, however, is far from trouble-free. For one thing, they can be bracketed in various ways: is it steel soup, steel pot, or steel cover? Then there are relations inside a compound, annoyingly not signalled by any words: does pot contain soup or is it for cooking soup? These and many other research challenges are the subject of this special issue.
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