Subcategorization frame is a formalization of the notion of subcategorization.
(i) gives the strict subcategorization frame of the verb hit. It says that the pseudo-transitive verb hit optionally (indicated by the parentheses) selects an NP-complement (a sister-node, as indicated by the square brackets) to its right (indicated by the order '__ NP' rather than 'NP __').
(i) hit: [ __ (NP)]
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