In table 3.11, the various corpus syntactic annotation schemes are summarised with respect to the type of linguistic information which may be included in the lexical representation of verb entries, and their subcategorisation frame. The table is provided to clearly correlate the markings in an annotated corpus with the information that may be provided in a lexicon, and in doing so may seem to blur the distinction between types of information that are relevant to either a lexicon, or an annotation scheme, which in most cases will be very different. However, the feeding of information between the lexicon and the annotated corpus can be seen as bidirectional -- much of the information marked in a corpus will necessarily be included in the corresponding lexicon, but this information is then derivable from the corpus, for enrichment of the same, or another lexicon.
|morphsyn-constr||By the nature of an annotated corpus, this information will be inferable|
|frame-alt||By the nature of an annotated corpus, this information will be inferable|
Although grammatical function information is
included, control information is not necessarily deriveable since
ambiguity may remain in the final analysis.
In an annotated corpus such phenomena will be marked either as a (bound) particle, or if not discontinous, then possibly as a multi-word verb form.