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Low-cost ontology development

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Original title:Low-cost ontology development
Authors:Marek Grác, Adam Rambousek
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Citation:GRÁC, Marek a Adam RAMBOUSEK. Low-cost ontology development. In Christiane Fellbaum, Piek Vossen. 6th International Global Wordnet Conference Proceedings. Matsue, Japan: Toyohashi University of Technology, 2012. s. 299-304, 6 s. ISBN 978-80-263-0244-5.Export BibTeX
@inproceedings{966117,
author = {Grác, Marek and Rambousek, Adam},
address = {Matsue, Japan},
booktitle = {6th International Global Wordnet Conference Proceedings},
editor = {Christiane Fellbaum, Piek Vossen},
keywords = {ontology; WordNet; annotation; VerbaLex},
howpublished = {tištěná verze "print"},
language = {eng},
location = {Matsue, Japan},
isbn = {978-80-263-0244-5},
pages = {299-304},
publisher = {Toyohashi University of Technology},
title = {Low-cost ontology development},
year = {2012}
}
Original language:English
Field:Informatics
Type:Article in Proceedings
Keywords:ontology; WordNet; annotation; VerbaLex
Attached files:link to a new windowgwc2012.pdf

In this paper, we present the project building new lexical resource -- shallow ontology derived from the corpora. The ontology should be used primarily for machine translation, syntactic parsing and word sense disambiguation. Currently, the ontology for Czech language is developed, but the methodology and tools are suitable for other languages with similar structure. Ontology is based on BushBank corpus, which improves handling of ambiguity in natural language. BushBank data and tools are application-driven, thus reducing the time and costs needed to annotate the corpora and develop new lexical resources.

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