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Are Books Events? Ontological Inclusions as Coercive Sub-Typing, Lexical Transfers as Entailment

Abstract

We present a way to combine coercive sub-typing relations, used to model ontological inclusions, and entailment using polymorphic terms provided by the lexicon in order to provide a coherent calculus integrated in L TY n. The resulting system is able to parse different types of lexical phenomena. We also illustrate differences of assumptions between related theories of lexical meaning , using the different ways to define coercive sub-typing and type systems as examples.
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lirmm-01311120 , version 1 (03-05-2016)

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Bruno Mery, Christian Retoré. Are Books Events? Ontological Inclusions as Coercive Sub-Typing, Lexical Transfers as Entailment. LENLS: Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics, Nov 2015, Tokyo, Japan. pp.74-87. ⟨lirmm-01311120⟩
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