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As was mentioned in the introduction, antonymy can be considered a paradoxical semantic relation, because at first sight the senses involved differ radically, yet on second thoughts the opposite senses have more aspects in common than not.
A significant portion of them are represented by the lexical relations of antonymy (oppositeness) and hyponymy/hyperonymy.
I am particularly concerned with the relationships of synonymy, antonymy, and hyponymy between the source and target domain uses of each group, because, as I will show, these indicate the degree of coherence with which source-domain relationships are metaphorically mapped onto the target domain.
After presenting the natural language processing framework in which it is couched, it sets up the linguistic and computational representation for synonymy and antonymy, and describes the process of synonym and antonym mining from the lexical reference corpus, i.
We do not have in English the convenient antonymy between gout (taste) and degout (disgust) that licenses his neat aphoristic representation of what has happened in art over the past some decades: From taste.
synonymy, antonymy, ambiguity, redundancy, similarity in meaning, meaningfulness, and meaninglessness" (p.
Apparently a reader's semantic memory for text is organized by bipolar characteristics of antonymy and synonymy.
Prva cjelina, naslovljena Antonymy and antonyms, citatelja uvodi u temu postavljanjem kljucnih pitanja o potrebi i vaznosti izucavanja antonimije.
A logic of second antonymy of sorts, while the wife consistently depreciates the husband in terms of his public visibility and social attractiveness, she comes up with at least two corrective quasi-asides on how he may, nonetheless, be "bearing, in his whole aspect, the hand-writing of no common fate, for such as have the skill to read it" (295); and how he could be perceived as a "remarkable" man after all (296).
Polysemy, synonymy, antonymy and homonymy, for example, find a better comprehension in this model, particularly regarding sense differentiation and the multiple crossings of shared features among words, even if apparently they are not so closely related.
LSA shows that antonyms share a degree of relative similarity, which has led to the modeling of the psychological nature of antonymy as a type of synonymy and not in terms of the existence of absolute opposites (Landauer, 2002).
The smallest and biggest difference between the underlying concepts is expressed on the lexical level of a language in the relations of synonymy and antonymy (Cruse 2000).