By Julia Kuznetsova
This monograph facilities on a bunch of statistical tools often called linguistic profiles which were built lately through researchers on the collage of Tromso (Norway). those equipment are in keeping with the remark that there's a powerful correlation among semantic and distributional homes of linguistic devices. This publication discusses grammatical, semantic, constructional, collostructional and diachronic profiles."
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Zagustet’ ‘get dense’ denotes a final point on the scale of being dense. g. sliberal’ničat’ ‘show excessive tolerance once’ describes one act of being too liberal. Usually verbs of different semantic classes prefer one of the strategies over the other. Verbs of change of state such as gustet’ ‘be dense’ combine with the prefix za-, like physiological verbs, such as || 3 The classification is based on works of the Leksikograf group, cf. Padučeva 2004, Kustova et al. 2005, and more generally Apresjan 2005.
In this small group of fourteen verbs, physiological verbs and verbs marking change of state always combine with the perfective prefix za-, whereas verbs of behavior always combine with the prefix s-. Thus, in the third cluster one concept receives two “votes”. First, this concept affects the semantic distance, and second, it affects the prefix distance because the prefixes are correlated with the semantic tags. Adding information about the prefixes does not change the distribution, but it skews it towards this concept; that is, the same clusters seen in Figure 2 are now more prominent.
In order to exclude extremely rare verbs and extremely frequent verbs, only verbs with raw frequency of more than 10 and less than 300 occurrences in the RNC are included. As in the first case study, here I compare imperfective verbs that form perfectives via the prefixes s- and za-. Multilevel profiles | 21 Table 6: Intransitive imperfective verbs that form perfectives via prefixes za- and s- (morphological class 1a, with frequency between 10 and 300 occurrences in the RNC) imperfective gloss gustet’ kosnet’ plesnevet’ tverdet’ xiret’ beremenet’ mlet’ exidničat’ žul’ničat’ liberal’ničat’ mošenničat’ ozorničat’ original’ničat’ podličat’ !
Linguistic Profiles: Going from Form to Meaning Via Statistics by Julia Kuznetsova