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ready Language resource management -- Semantic annotation framework (SemAF) -- Part 4: Semantic roles (SemAF-SR)

Abbreviation: ISO 24617-4:2014


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The aim of ISO 24617-4:2014 is to propose a consensual annotation scheme for semantic roles; that is to say, a scheme that indicates the role that a participant plays in an event or state, as described mostly by a verb, and typically providing answers to questions such as "?who' did ?what' to ?whom'", and ?when', ?where', ?why', and ?how'. This includes not only the semantic relations between a verb and its arguments but also those relations that are relevant for other predicative elements such as nominalizations, nouns, adjectives, and predicate modifiers; the predicating role of adverbs and the use of coercion fall outside the scope of ISO 24617-4:2014.

Homepage https://www.iso.org/standard/56866.html

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