Jibiki-LINKS: a Tool between Traditional Dictionaries and Lexical Networks for Modelling Lexical Resources

Abstract : Between simple electronic dictionaries such as the TLFi (computerized French Language Treasure) 1 and lexical networks like WordNet 2 (Diller et al., 1990; Vossen, 1998), the lexical databases are growing at high speed. Our work is about the addition of rich links to lexical databases, in the context of the parallel development of lexical networks. Current research on management tools for lexical databases is strongly influenced by the field of massive data ("big data") and by the Web of data ("linked data"). In lexical networks, one can build and use arbitrary links, but possible queries cannot model all the usual interactions with lexicographers-developers and users, that are needed, and derive from the paper world. Our work aims to find a solution that allows for the main advantages of lexical networks, while providing the equivalent of paper dictionaries by doing the lexicographic work in lexical DBs.
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Zhang Ying, Mathieu Mangeot, Valérie Bellynck, Christian Boitet. Jibiki-LINKS: a Tool between Traditional Dictionaries and Lexical Networks for Modelling Lexical Resources. Cognitive Aspects of the Lexicon (CogALex) 2014, Aug 2014, Dublin, Ireland. pp.87 - 98. ⟨hal-01107544⟩

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