From Van de Cruys et al. (2012)[1]: "subcategorization describing the syntactic arguments taken by a verb [...] subcategorization has proved useful for parsing (Carroll and Fang, 2004[2]; Arun and Keller, 2005[3]; Cholakov and van Noord, 2010[4]), semantic role labeling (Bharati et al., 2005[5]; Moschitti and Basili, 2005[6]), verb clustering, (Schulte imWalde, 2006[7]; Sun and Korhonen, 2011[8]) and machine translation (Han et al., 2000[9]; Hajic et al., 2002[10])"

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