Lexica at the IMS

An overview of the lexica available at the IMS

Below you will find an overview of the lexica developed at the IMS.

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Lexica of the IMS

Title Description
Analysis of FrameNet's Using Relation An analysis of the instances of FrameNet's Using frame-to-frame relation in terms of their ability to form concept-based paraphrases
BilderNetle - A Dataset of German Noun-to-ImageNet Mappings A large-scale and widely used image database, built on top of WordNet, which maps words into groups of images, called synsets (Deng et al., 2009)
Cross-lingual Frame Embedding Comparison German and English FrameNet frame and LU embeddings used for the analysis in Sikos & Pado 2018b
DM.de – German Distributional Memory A German Distributional Memory derived from the SDEWAC corpus
DUDEN Synonyms for 138 German Particle Verbs The dataset contains 138 German particle verbs
Deep Semantic Analogies Various evaluation benchmarks regarding semantic analogies for English and for German
Derivational Lexicons for German: DErivBase and DErivCELEX Derivational Lexicons for German
Empirical Lexical Information induced from Lexicalised PCFGs Head-Lexicalised Probabilistic Context-Free Grammars represent a lexicalised extension of PCFGs, and incorporate lexical heads into the grammar rules
English Abstractness/Concreteness Ratings A collection of English concreteness / abstractness norms for 3 million English words and Multiword expression
GermaNet-based Semantic Relation Pairs involving Coherent Mini-Networks GermaNet-based Semantic Relation Pairs involving Coherent Mini-Networks
German Emotion Dictionaries German Dictionaries for Emotion Detection
German Logical Metonymy Database This dataset is the result of a corpus study for German verbs (anfangen (mit), aufhoren (mit), beenden, beginnen (mit), geniessen), based on data obtained from the deWaC corpus
German Particle Verb Derivations A collection of German particle verb derivations relying on the same resource as Kisselew et al. (2015), the semi-automatic derivational lexicon for German DErivBase (Zeller et al., 2013)
German Tagsets Morphosyntactic tagsets for German
German Verb Subcategorisation Database extracted from MATE Dependency Parses German Verb Subcategorisation Database extracted from MATE Dependency Parses
Ghost-NN: A Representative Gold Standard of German Noun-Noun Compounds A Representative Gold Standard of German Noun-Noun Compounds
Ghost-PV: A Representative Gold Standard of German Particle Verbs A Representative Gold Standard of German Particle Verbs
IMSLex German Lexicon The IMSLex dictionary database is our central lexicon repository. It covers information on inflection, word formation, and valence for several ten thousand German base forms (see details below). From the IMSLex database, we derive specialized lexicon data for various applications in natural language processing, information retrieval, and information extraction. Where necessary, semantic information can be added from the Tübingen GermaNet lexical-semantic dictionary
Instantiation A dataset of word pairs that represent positive and negative instances of the instantiation relationship
TransDM.de – Crosslingual German Distributional Memory A crosslingually derived German Distributional Memory translated from the English TypeDM using the English-German dict.cc dictionary
Ukrainian Derivational Pairs Derivational pairs for Ukrainian
 

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