Frame:Motion

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Name Gloss Motion
Transcription
Description This is the most general Motion frame.

Frame description: All or part of an entity (mover) moves with respect to some landmark or background. This general frame encompasses both "motion-in-place" (movement that can occur within a fixed location, e.g. spinning) and translational motion (in which the mover occupies a series of different locations over time -- see Motion_Along_A_Path). This frame could also be used to specify lack of motion (i.e. speed = 0).

Closest FrameNet Frame(s)
Other aliases
Type Cog, Primary

Roles:

Role Name: mover
Role Type:
Definition/Comments:
FrameNet Role:
Role Name: motion_x-schema
Role Type:
Definition/Comments:
FrameNet Role:
Role Name: speed
Role Type: Scale
Definition/Comments:
FrameNet Role:
Role Name: direction
Role Type: spatial
Definition/Comments:
FrameNet Role:

Related Frames:

Current Frame: Motion
Relation Type: is subcase of
Related Frame: Process
Roles:protagonist, process, process_completed_state, process_continue, process_end, process_initial_state, process_pause, process_resume, process_start, process_stop
Comments:
Current Frame: Motion
Relation Type: makes use of
Related Frame: Physical entity
Roles:physical_entity_whole, existence_x-schema, physical_properties
Comments: mover is a physical entity

Bindings:

mover=Process.protagonist
motion_x-schema=Process.x-schema
mover=Physical entity.physical_entity_whole

Inferences


Relevant Lexical Units:

Language English
Lempos move.v
Language English
Lempos motion.n
Language English
Lempos shift.v
Language English
Lempos shift.n
Language English
Lempos movement.n
Language English
Lempos mobility.n
Language English
Lempos mobile.a
Language English
Lempos immovable.a

Lexical Units in Related FrameNet Frames:



Metaphors that use this frame:

as Target frame as Source frame

Graph of frame relations:

digraph framerelsgrph { rankdir="BT" n1 [label="Aids to motion" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Aids_to_motion" fontsize="10.0" ]; n2 [label="Motion" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Motion" fontsize="10.0" penwidth=2 style="filled" fillcolor="lightgray" ];

n1 -> n2 [label = "makes use of" fontsize="8.0" color="green" ]; n3 [label="Air motion" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Air_motion" fontsize="10.0" ];

n3 -> n2 [label = "is subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n4 [label="Fluid motion" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Fluid_motion" fontsize="10.0" ];

n4 -> n2 [label = "is subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n5 [label="Increase ease of motion" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Increase_ease_of_motion" fontsize="10.0" ];

n5 -> n2 [label = "makes use of" fontsize="8.0" color="green" ]; n6 [label="Mass motion" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Mass_motion" fontsize="10.0" ];

n6 -> n2 [label = "is subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n7 [label="Motion along a path" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Motion_along_a_path" fontsize="10.0" ];

n7 -> n2 [label = "is subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n8 [label="Motion impediments" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Motion_impediments" fontsize="10.0" ];

n8 -> n2 [label = "makes use of" fontsize="8.0" color="green" ]; n9 [label="Motion-affecting external factors" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Motion-affecting_external_factors" fontsize="10.0" ];

n9 -> n2 [label = "makes use of" fontsize="8.0" color="green" ]; n10 [label="Non-translational motion" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Non-translational_motion" fontsize="10.0" ];

n10 -> n2 [label = "is subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n11 [label="Process" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Process" fontsize="10.0" ];

n2 -> n11 [label = "is subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n12 [label="Physical entity" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Physical_entity" fontsize="10.0" ];

n2 -> n12 [label = "makes use of" fontsize="8.0" color="green" ]; }

Facts about "Motion"
Bindingmover (Process.protagonist) +, motion_x-schema (Process.x-schema) + and mover (Physical entity.physical_entity_whole) +
Frame.TypeCog + and Primary +
Has descriptionThis is the most general Motion frame.
This is the most general Motion frame. Frame description: All or part of an entity (mover) moves with respect to some landmark or background. This general frame encompasses both "motion-in-place" (movement that can occur within a fixed location, e.g. spinning) and translational motion (in which the mover occupies a series of different locations over time -- see Motion_Along_A_Path). This frame could also be used to specify lack of motion (i.e. speed = 0).
o specify lack of motion (i.e. speed = 0). +
Is a subcase ofFrame:Process +
LUsEnglish (move.v, move) +, English (motion.n, motion) +, English (shift.v, shift) +, English (shift.n, shift) +, English (movement.n, movement) +, English (mobility.n, mobility) +, English (mobile.a, mobile) + and English (immovable.a, immovable) +
Makes use ofFrame:Physical entity +
Related frameis subcase of (Process, ?) + and makes use of (Physical entity, mover is a physical entity) +
Rolemover (?, ?, ?, ?) +, motion_x-schema (?, ?, ?, ?) +, speed (Scale, ?, ?, ?) + and direction (spatial, ?, ?, ?) +
Has subobject
"Has subobject" is a predefined property representing a container construct that allows to accumulate property-value assignments similar to that of a normal wiki page.
Frame:Motion#Lexical_unit_of +