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A Formal Model of Dictionary Structure and Content

Abstract : We show that a general model of lexical information conforms to an abstract model that reflects the hierarchy of information found in a typical dictionary entry. We show that this model can be mapped into a well-formed XML document, and how the XSL transformation language can be used to implement a semantics defined over the abstract model to enable extraction and manipulation of the information in any format.
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Nancy Ide, Adam Kilgarriff, Laurent Romary. A Formal Model of Dictionary Structure and Content. Euralex 2000, Aug 2000, Stuttgart, Germany. pp.113-126. ⟨hal-00164625⟩



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