Knowledge graph analysis of particles in Japanese

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Hoede, C. (2005) Knowledge graph analysis of particles in Japanese. [Report]

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Abstract:
The theory of knowledge graphs is a structuralistic theory of language. Its ontology consists of eight types of binary relationships and four types of so-called frames. The relationships connect so-called tokens, that represent semantic units. In this way a graph structure arises. Japanese particles are investigated against the background of knowledge graph ontology. It is shown that the structure of Japanese closely resembles the structure of the knowledge graph representation of language.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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