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Autori: Perak, Benedikt
Naslov: Metonymy as a profiling function of mereological relations: Describing the Emotion processes in the ontological model of lexical concepts and constructions
Izvornik: Third International Symposium on Figurative Thought and Language. Book of Abstracts / Mario Brdar (ur.). - Osijek, Hrvatska : Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. University of Osijek , 2017. 79-79.
Skup: Third International Symposium on Figurative Thought and Language
Mjesto i datum: Osijek, Hrvatska, 26-28.04.2017.
Ključne riječi: emotion, meronymy, metonymy, ontology, MFOEM, OMLCC
Sažetak:
This paper presents an emergent ontological approach to the figurative language description of the emotion domain in Croatian. The aim is to identify the lexical concepts and describe the metonymic profiling as a construal function of meronymic relations. The research phases involve a) establishing the (most relevant) ontological structure of the emotional lexical concepts, and b) identification of the (metonymic type of) meaning construal in semantic-syntactic constructions. The ontological structure of the lexical concepts expresses the formalization of the encyclopaedic knowledge about the phenomena in the real world. Ontological relations describe the in class relations between concepts “X isTypeOf Y” and meronimic relations “X isPartOf Y” (Winston et al. 1987). The design of the ontological structure involves the ontological framework of the class hierarchy, called Ontological Model of Lexical Concepts and Constructions (OMLCC). The OMLCC classifies concepts on the basis of epistemological and ontological approach of complex system and emergent theory. The OMLCC consists of 15 schematic super classes, hierarchically organized on the emergence principle of "the arising of novel and coherent structures, patterns and properties during the process of self-organization in complex systems" (Goldstein 1999 ; Capra 1997). A emotion ontology MFOEM with 898 classes and 29 object properties (http://www.ontobee.org/ ontology/MFOEM), developed by the researchers of the Swiss Centre of Affective Sciences (Scherer 2009) and University of Buffalo is merged in the structure of 15 OMLCC super classes on the level of classes, expressing the emergent structure of emotion domains, properties and meronymic relations. In order to describe different morphosyntactic properties of the emotion classes, the OMLCC includes GOLD (http://www.linguistics- ontology.org/gold/2010) linguistic ontology on the level of the 14.Communication.Language subclass. Corresponding lexical units from Croatian are attached to the OMLCC and MFOEM classes as instances, along with their counterpart part of speech perspectivization as Noun, Adjectival, Adverbial or Verbal (ex. N: strah ‘fear’, Adj: strašan ‘fearfull’, Adv: strašno ‘fearfull’ V: strahovati ‘to fear’...) Each of the morphosyntactic instances of the same class is described according to its prototypical semantic-syntactic frame along with the ontological restrictions for the arguments in the frame. The identification of the (metonymic type of) meaning construal in semantic-syntactic constructions is created by contrasting established ontological relations in the OMLCC to the relations asserted in the usage, as represented by the collocation analysis of the constructions in the hrWaC corpus (1, 4 MW). This OMLCC approach can be used to qualitatively and quantitatively identify the metonymic usage (as well as metaphorical constructions) and formalize the metonymic semantic-syntactic construal as a profiling function of the biopsychosocially (pre)established meronimic relations. Keywords: emotion, meronymy, metonymy, ontology, MFOEM, OMLCC References Capra, F. 1997. The web of life: A new scientific understanding of living systems. New York: Anchor Books. Goldstein, J. 1999. Emergence as a construct: history and issues. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 1(1), 49–72. doi:10.1207/s15327000em0101_4 Scherer, K.R. 2009. Emotions are emergent processes: they require a dynamic computational architecture. Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society, 364, 3459–34747. Winston, M. E., Chaffin, R., Herrmann, D. 1987. A taxonomy of part-whole relation. Cognitive science, 11, 417–444
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Projekt / tema: HRZZ-UIP-2013-11-3624
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Informacijske i komunikacijske znanosti,Psihologija,Filologija
Upisao u CROSBI: Benedikt Perak (bperak@ffri.hr), 29. Kol. 2017. u 09:37 sati



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