CORPORART: um corpus de arte pública para a extração de léxico: representatividade e comparabilidade em corpora de especialidade

Translated title of the contribution: CORPORART: a corpus of Public Art for lexicon extraction: representativeness and comparability in specialized corpora

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Abstract

This paper introduces the CORPORART, a bilingual corpusof Public Art. CORPORART intends to gather, in a single collection of bilingual data, representative samples of specialized languagein European Portuguese and Italian. The compilationof this corpusis part of anongoingdoctoral project, which aims to integrate specialized lexical units into a pre-existing common language resource, WordNet.PT(Marrafa et al., 2005), in the perspective of contributing to streamline communication between heterogeneous interlocutors (Amaro & Mendes, 2012). Assuming that the structure of the corpusheavily depends on the goals of the investigation, this paper presents the linguistic and extralinguistic parameters adopted for the construction and organization of the corpus,as well as the criteriafortextprocessing. In particular, we will deepenthe notion of representativity and comparability considering the specificityof thiscase study, outliningawork practice proposaloriented to guarantee these two flexible dimensions withinthe specialized languages context.
Translated title of the contributionCORPORART: a corpus of Public Art for lexicon extraction: representativeness and comparability in specialized corpora
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)43-57
Number of pages15
JournalRevista da Associação Portuguesa de Linguística
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 Nov 2019
EventXXXIV Encontro Nacional da APL - Lisbon
Duration: 26 Sep 201828 Sep 2018

Keywords

  • corpora de especialidade
  • léxico de especialidade
  • organização do corpus
  • representatividade
  • arte pública
  • specialized corpora
  • specialized lexicon
  • corpus organization
  • representativity
  • public art

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