By Chu-Ren Huang; et al
An edited assortment concentrating on the know-how serious about allowing integration among lexical assets and semantic applied sciences. it is going to be of curiosity to researchers and graduate scholars in NLP, computational linguistics, and information engineering, in addition to in semantics, psycholinguistics, lexicology and morphology/syntax. particularly addresses matters all for the appliance of ontologies in human language expertise and includes numerous chapters concentrating on Asian languages. Read more...
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Said differently, OntoClean does not tell the designer which are the hypothetical ‘perfect categories’, but helps to make explicit the consequences of the choices made during conceptualization and specification. Chapters 3 and 10 of this book present some details of this approach. 3 The lexicographic ground Lexicography, the discipline dealing with dictionaries, is traditionally split into the practical aspects, the craft of creating dictionaries, and the more theoretical lexicology. However, serious lexicography works generally combine practical and theoretical aspects.
SUMO is also the basis for some current work in language understanding (Pease, 2003; Pease and Fellbaum, 2004). A formal ontology is distinguished from other ontological efforts in that it contains first-order logical rules which describe each of the terms. INTERVAL2))) is part of the description of the relation earlier. It states that ‘interval 1 precedes interval 2’ means that the ending time of interval 1 is before the starting time of interval 2. The axiom is bidirectional, as indicated by ‘<=>’, which means that the axiom also says that if the end of interval 1 is before the start of interval 2 then interval 1 is earlier than interval 2.
2000). 3 Conceptual and semantic level: Are they identical? Many proponents of the cognitive approach to languages postulate that semantics is equated with the conceptual level. Jackendoff explains that surface structures are directly related to the concepts they express by a set of rules. These concepts include more information associated with world knowledge (or encyclopedic knowledge). Since, according to him, it is impossible to disentangle purely semantic from encyclopedic information without losing generalizations (Jackendoff, 1983), semantic and conceptual levels must form a single level.
Ontology and the lexicon : a natural language processing perspective by Chu-Ren Huang; et al