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C-CONT

  C-CONT stands for "Constructional Content" and represents the semantic contribution of a rule (phrase structure rule or lexical rule) -- cf. Copestake et al 2005 "Minimal Recursion Semantics: An Introduction."

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C-CONT stands for "Constructional Content" and represents
the semantic contribution of a rule (phrase structure rule or lexical rule).
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C-CONT stands for "Constructional Content" and represents the semantic contribution of a rule (phrase structure rule or lexical rule) -- cf. Copestake et al 2005 "Minimal Recursion Semantics: An Introduction."
 
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The value of C-CONT is the same type of object as the
value of CONT ( mrs-min) . When the RELS list on the mother's CONT is constructed,
that will be the (diff-list) append of the CONT.RELS of the daughters and
the C-CONT.RELS of the rule. Likewise for HCONS.
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The value of C-CONT is the same type of object as the value of CONT ( mrs-min) . When the RELS list on the mother's CONT is constructed, that will be the (diff-list) append of the CONT.RELS of the daughters and the C-CONT.RELS of the rule. Likewise for HCONS.
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Grammar Engineering Glossary

C-CONT [feature]

C-CONT stands for "Constructional Content" and represents
the semantic contribution of a rule (phrase structure rule or lexical rule).

The value of C-CONT is the same type of object as the
value of CONT ( mrs-min) . When the RELS list on the mother's CONT is constructed,
that will be the (diff-list) append of the CONT.RELS of the daughters and
the C-CONT.RELS of the rule. Likewise for HCONS.

 
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