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Models of Metaphor in NLP

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Automatic processing of metaphor can be clearly divided into two subtasks: metaphor recognition (distinguishing between literal and metaphorical language in a text) and metaphor identification (identifying the intended literal meaning of a metaphorical expression). Both of them have been repeatedly addressed in NLP . This paper is the first comprehensive and systematic review of the existing computational models of metaphor, the issues of metaphor annotation in corpora and the available resources.

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