Lexicalization Capability

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A Lexicalization Capability is the Capability of a Linguistic Agent to produce the correct word.


  • (Wikipedia, 2009) ⇒ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lexicalisation
    • In psycholinguistics lexicalisation is the process of going from meaning to sound in speech production.
    • In the most widely accepted model, speech production, in which an underlying concept is converted into a word, is at least a two-stage process. First, the semantic form (which is specified for meaning) is converted into a lemma, which is an abstract form specified for semantic and syntactic information (how a word can be used in a sentence), but not for phonological information (how a word is pronounced). The next stage is the lexeme, which is phonologically specified. [1]