Predicate: match

Roleset id: match.01 , match, mate together, couple, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

match.01: MATCH-V NOTES: Member of VNcls amalgamate-22.2-1 (from match.01-v) MATCH-N NOTES: Based on sentences in wsj. Comparison to match.01. VN class amalgamate-22.2-1. Framed by Katie. (from match.01-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
match (v.)Compatibility Evaluative_comparison
matching (n.)
match (n.)

Roles:

        The matched items all have the same status as arguments/semantic roles.There are passives(6a) The paint is matched (by the wallpaper)(6b) The wallpaper is matched (by the paint)but these are adjectival, not verbal, as the tests show: The paint was unmatched The paint is well matched*At noon, the paint was matched by the wallpaperTherefore, (6) are predicative sentences, and the participle is an adjective, just like "peeling." So the (optional) by-phrase is an adverbial; the noun in the by-phrase is not an A0 (agent) argument.(6a) The paint is [matched (by the wallpaper)] AdjP(6b) The wallpaper is [matched (by the paint)]AdjP (And therefore these cases are not to be tagged--Paul) (from match.01-v)
        Arg0-PAG: person performing match (vnrole: 22.2-1-Agent)
        Arg1-PPT: first matching object (vnrole: 22.2-1-Patient)
        Arg2-PPT: second object, matches what (vnrole: 22.2-1-Patient)

Example: basic transitive

        The architect matched the paint and the wallpaper

        Arg0: The architect
        Rel: matched
        Arg1: the paint and the wallpaper

Example: with-phrase

        The architect matched the paint with the wallpaper

        Arg0: The architect
        Rel: matched
        Arg1: the paint
        Arg2: with the wallpaper

Example: inverted with-phrase

        The architect matched the wallpaper with the paint

        Arg0: The architect
        Rel: matched
        Arg1: the wallpaper
        Arg2: with the paint

Example: to-phrase

        The architect matched the paint to the wallpaper

        Arg0: The architect
        Rel: matched
        Arg1: the paint
        Arg2: to the wallpaper

Example: inverted to-phrase

        The architect matched the wallpaper to the paint

        Arg0: The architect
        Rel: matched
        Arg1: the wallpaper
        Arg2: to the paint

Example: unaccusative

        The paint and the wallpaper matched

        Arg1: The paint and the wallpaper
        Rel: matched

Example: unaccusative with object?

        The paint matches the wallpaper

        Arg1: The paint
        Rel: matches
        Arg2: the wallpaper

Example: inverted

        The wallpaper matches the paint

        Arg1: The wallpaper
        Rel: matches
        Arg2: the paint

Example: tricky

        The company matched Kodak's higher prices.

        Arg0: The company
        Rel: matched
        Arg1: Kodak's higher prices

Example: tricky nominal gerund in a NML node

        There are also several national adjustments and network matching projects

        Arg1: network
        Rel: matching

Example: Args 1 and 2

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The DNA match with Littlejohn's blood on the plastic ties that bound her hands

        Arg1: The DNA
        Rel: match
        Arg2: with Littlejohn's blood on the plastic ties that bound her hands

Roleset id: match.03 , competition, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

match.03: MATCH-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT, comparison to 'competition.01'. No VNcls. (from match.02-n)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
match (n.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: first competitor
        Arg1-PPT: second competitor
        Arg2-GOL: prize, title
        Arg3-VSP: subject matter of the competition

Example: with arg2

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        However, it wasn't until 1883, after a historic tournament in London, that a match for the title of strongest world player was first suggested.

        Rel: match
        Arg2: for the title of strongest world player

Example: LOC

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Also $ky have flooded TV with football , it is on constantly with at least 5 matches on at a weekend , and football every night with European matches .

        Argm-loc: European
        Rel: matches

Example: args 0, 1, TMP, LOC

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        Richard Gasquet of France reacts during his match against Tommy Haas of Germany during the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris June 2, 2012.

        Arg0: his
        Rel: match
        Arg1: against Tommy Haas of Germany
        Argm-tmp: during the French Open tennis tournament
        Argm-loc: at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris
        Argm-tmp: June 2, 2012

Example: with arg3, argMs

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        On 6 January 1681, the first recorded boxing match took place in Britain when Christopher Monck, 2nd Duke of Albemarle (and later Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica) engineered a bout between his butler and his butcher with the latter winning the prize.

        Argm-tmp: first
        Argm-prd: recorded
        Arg3: boxing
        Rel: match

Example: hypothetical competition

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        I can not help but recall the age old expression that Youth and Enthusiasim is no match against Wisdom and Treachery .

        Argm-neg: no
        Rel: match
        Arg1: against Wisdom and Treachery


Predicate: match_up

Roleset id: match_up.02 , match up, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

match_up.02: MATCH_UP-V NOTES: Added based on example in Brown corpus. similar to 'match.01'. Corresponds to VNcls amalgamate-22.2-1. Added by Julia. (from match.02-v)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
match_up (v.)

Roles:

        Add as many arg1s as needed (from match.02-v)
        Arg0-PAG: entity performing the match
        Arg1-PPT: first matching object (vnrole: 22.2-1-Patient)
        Arg2-PPT: second thing, matches what (vnrole: 22.2-1-Patient)

Example: Without agent

        person: third,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full

        When someone does n't do as well as they had hoped in a tea competition , they try to figure out [why]-1 their tea did n't match up with that of other growers *WHADVP*-1.

        Arg1: their tea
        Argm-neg: didn't
        Rel: match up
        Arg2: with that of other growers
        Argm-cau: *WHADVP*-1

Example: With agent

        person: third,  tense: past,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: participle

        When I left him alone, he matched up the letters.

        Argm-tmp: When I left him alone
        Arg0: he
        Rel: matched up
        Arg1: the letters