Roleset id: derive.01 , create, Source: , vncls: , framnet: derive.01: DERIVE-V NOTES: Comparison to 'develop'. Member of VNcls create-26.4, appear-48.1.1, deduce-97.2. (from derive.01-v)
Arg0-PAG: creator (vnrole: 26.4-agent, 97.2-agent)
Arg1-PPT: thing created (vnrole: 48.1.1-theme, 26.4-result, 97.2-theme)
Arg2-VSP: source (vnrole: 26.4-material, 97.2-source)
Arg3-GOL: benefactive (vnrole: 26.4-beneficiary)
Arg4-PRD: attribute, secondary predication
Example: derive-v: passive, with source
[About 30% of Ratners's profit]-1 already is derived *trace*-1 from the U.S.
Arg2: from the U.S.
Example: derive-v: ergative, with source
Prosecutors have told Mr. Antar's attorneys that they believe Mr. Antar's allegedly ill-gotten gains are so great that any money he has used to pay attorneys derives from illegal activities.
Arg1: any money he has used to pay attorneys
Arg2: from illegal activities
Example: derive-v: with creator and attribute
John derived an ointment from beeswax, spring water and cigarette butts as a cure for the common cold.
Arg1: an ointment
Arg2: from beeswax, spring water and cigarette butts
Arg4: as a cure for the common cold
Example: derive-v: Math/science attribute usage
person: third,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: passive,  form: participle
[An expression for the four-potential of an em field]-1 is derived *trace*-1 as a path integral involving the fields, the formula being analogous to one given in elementary vector analysis.
Arg4: as a path integral involving the fields
Argm-adv: the formula being analogous to one given in elementary vector analysis