Besides Frege's principle of compositionality are there any other philosophical frameworks of language to form distributional semantics in the English language?
Edit - Although I'm still yet to complete in full, my doctoral studies involved modelling free association strengths between words. This heavily relied on free association networks collected manually from human subjects. As a means to overcome the extreme cost (both finally and temporally) of creating such networks I sought to form representations / approximations of said networks using geometric representations of words derived through distributional semantics. At the time, Frege's principle was the basis upon which representations were formed. I have since returned to this field of inquiry an in inspection of the standard journals and research outlets I am yet to find an alternative framework upon which distributional semantics can be employed in creating representations for words to be used in linguistic tasks.
I'm unsure whether this is a result of my deficiency in the philosophy of language, so to repeat, are there any other philosophical frameworks to form representations of words using distributional semantics?