Roleset id: stimulate.01 , cause an increase (in interest, etc), etc.), Source: , vncls: , framnet:
stimulate.01: STIMULATE-V NOTES: Based on financial subcorpus. Comparison to 'spark'. Member of Vncls amuse-31.1, force-59-1. (from stimulate.01-v) STIMULATION-N NOTES: stimulate.01 (from stimulation.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: cause of increase (vnrole: 31.1-Stimulus, 59-1-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: thing increasing (vnrole: 31.1-Experiencer, 59-1-Patient)
Arg2-MNR: instrument, if agent also present
Arg3-PRD: end state of arg1 (vnrole: 59-1-Result)
[Teikoku Oil]-1, also stimulated *trace*-1 by rumors of speculative buying, advanced 100 yen to 1,460.
Arg0: by rumors of speculative buying
Unless the Federal Reserve eases interest rates soon *trace* to stimulate the economy, profits could remain disappointing.
Arg1: the economy
Example: with instrument
John stimulated interest in his collection of bottle caps by throwing them at passers-by.
Arg1: interest in his collection of bottle caps
Arg2: by throwing them at passers-by
The very firmness of her convictions and logical clearness of her arguments captivated and stimulated him-2 [*-2] to make greater efforts ...
Arg0: The very firmness of her convictions and logical clearness of her arguments
Arg3: [*-2] to make greater efforts
Without the decay of a sense of objective reference ( except as the imitation of mystery ) , [the stress on subjective invention]-1 would never have been stimulated [*-1]into being .
Argm-adv: Without the decay of a sense of objective reference ( except as the imitation of mystery )
Arg3: into being