Le Petit Prince in UNL

LREC 2012  ·  Ronaldo Martins ·

The present paper addresses the process and the results of the interpretation of the integral text of “Le Petit Prince” (Little Prince), the famous novel by Antoine de Saint-Exup{\'e}ry, from French into UNL. The original text comprised 1,684 interpretation units (15,513 words), which were sorted according to their similarity, from the shortest to the longest ones, and which were then projected into a UNL graph structure, composed of semantic directed binary relations linking nodes associated to the synsets of the corresponding original lexical items. The whole UNL-ization process was carried-out manually and the results have been used as the main resource in a natural language generation project involving already 27 languages.

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