Building Semantic Grams of Human Knowledge

LREC 2020 Valentina LeoneGiovanni SiragusaLuigi Di CaroRoberto Navigli

Word senses are typically defined with textual definitions for human consumption and, in computational lexicons, put in context via lexical-semantic relations such as synonymy, antonymy, hypernymy, etc. In this paper we embrace a radically different paradigm that provides a slot-filler structure, called {``}semagram{''}, to define the meaning of words in terms of their prototypical semantic information... (read more)

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