Submissions:Lexico Syntactic ODP corresponding to Participation ODP

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Name Lexico Syntactic ODPs corresponding to Participation ODP
Language English
Also known as LSP-PA-EN
Intent Recurrent expressions in English that state the participation of an object in an event
Solution description The set of Lexico-Syntactic ODPs included here have a direct correspondence to the Content ODP for modelling "Participation".
Description of the correspondence relation between the LSPs and the ODPs one LSP to one ODP
Related ODP(s) Submissions:Participation
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Author(s) Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Guadalupe Aguado de Cea, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, Asunción Gómez-Pérez
Submitted by ElenaMontiel-Ponsoda


The Lexico Syntactic ODP corresponding to Participation ODP Lexico-Syntactic ODP includes the following cases (see also abbreviations and symbols used in LSP Formalization):

NL Formulation

  • Engineering project managers participate in writing specifications, researching, and selecting suppliers and materials.
  • Players are involved in competitions.

LSP Formalization

NP<object> participate/take part in/be involved in (NP<event>,)* and] NP<event>

Reusable JAPE code: PA_1.jape

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