Presentation 1999/5/26
Building up the Dictionary of Rhetorica1 Collocations
Masashi SARAKI,
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Abstract(in English) Rhetoric includes many rules which should contro1 all prose composition and many techniques for expressing all matters relating to beauty or forcefulness of style. My attention in this paper is focused on the method of vocabulary-building for rhetorical phrases. Writers prefer in general to invent rhetorical phrases such as Antithesis, Hendiadys, Catalog, Intensifying Simile, and Anadiplosis by using alliteration or end rhyme. Rhyme is the repetition of sounds in positions close enough to be noticed. Another aspect of such rhyming means that the words in the rhetorical phrase, referred to as Rhetorical Collocations, have the same affixes. We can retrieve a lot of rhetorical collocations with conditional expressions of regular expression describing the same affixes, accordingly.
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Keyword(in English) Rhetorical Collocations / Rhetoric / Application of classical rhetoric to NLP
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Title (in English) Building up the Dictionary of Rhetorica1 Collocations
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Keyword(1) Rhetorical Collocations
Keyword(2) Rhetoric
Keyword(3) Application of classical rhetoric to NLP
1st Author's Name Masashi SARAKI
1st Author's Affiliation Saraki Machine Translation R&D:Nagasaki Junshin Junior College()
Date 1999/5/26
Paper # NLC99-2
Volume (vol) vol.99
Number (no) 88
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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