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  • Kifle, Nazareth Amlesom (Doctoral thesis, The University of Bergen, 2012-01-20)
    The primary goal of this thesis is to describe and analyze applicative constructions in Tigrinya. An applicative construction is characterized by a verb that bears an affix for an argument that either has a semantic role ...
  • Lyse, Gunn Inger (Doctoral thesis, The University of Bergen, 2011-12-09)
    This thesis investigates the use of the translation-based Mirrors method (Dyvik, 2005, inter alia) for Word Sense Disambiguation (WSD) for Norwegian. Word Sense Disambiguation is the process of determining the relevant ...
  • Lyse, Gunn Inger (Other, 2011-04-28)
    Appendix 1: Norwegian ambiguous lemmas in the ENPC where at least two senses have a frequency greater than or equal to 10. Appendix 2: English ambiguous lemmas in the ENPC where at least two senses have a frequency greater ...
  • Rosén, Victoria; De Smedt, Koenraad; Dyvik, Helge; Meurer, Paul (Chapter, The University of Bergen, 2005)
    Current trends in language technology require treebanks that do not stop at the level of constituent structure, but include deeper and richer levels of analysis, including appropriate meaning structures. Capturing sufficient ...
  • Ytrestøl, Gisle (Master thesis, The University of Bergen, 2006-02)
    This thesis presents a computational grammar for Norwegian time of day expressions. There is a firm distinction between the syntax of time expressions compared to other domains in Norwegian grammar, as expressions of ...
  • Tjervåg, Eirik (Master thesis, The University of Bergen, 2011-11-21)
    Det finnes syntaktiske konstruksjoner parseren synes ha større vansker med å prosessere enn andre. Slike konstruksjoner realiseres forholdsvis ofte som ugrammatiske. Noen av dem presenteres i denne oppgaven, sammen med ...
  • Hansen, Lars Normann (Master thesis, The University of Bergen, 2013-05-12)
    This thesis explores a particular Tacitean phrase, which occurs twice in his corpus. I argue that this phrase is intentionally ambiguous and reflects Tacitus' clever use of heightened rhetoric. "Incolumi adhuc Galba" ...

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