Towards a Linguistic Ontology with an Emphasis on Reasoning and Knowledge Reuse

LREC 2016 Artemis ParviziMatt KohlMeritxell Gonz{\`a}lezRoser Saur{\'\i}

The Dictionaries division at Oxford University Press (OUP) is aiming to model, integrate, and publish lexical content for 100 languages focussing on digitally under-represented languages. While there are multiple ontologies designed for linguistic resources, none had adequate features for meeting our requirements, chief of which was the capability to losslessly capture diverse features of many different languages in a dictionary format, while supplying a framework for inferring relations like translation, derivation, etc., between the data... (read more)

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