Senso Comune as a Knowledge Base of Italian language: The Resource and its Development

Abstract : Senso Comune is a linguistic knowledge base for the Italian Language, which accommodates the content of a legacy dictionary in a rich formal model. The model is implemented in a platform which allows a community of contributors to enrich the resource. We provide here an overview of the main project features, including the lexical-ontology model, the process of sense classification, and the annotation of meaning definitions (glosses) and lexicographic examples. Also, we will illustrate the latest work of alignment with MultiWordNet, to illustrate the methodologies that have been experimented with, to share some preliminary result, and to highlight some remarkable findings about the semantic coverage of the two resources.
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Tommaso Caselli, Isabella Chiari, Aldo Gangemi, Elisabetta Jezek, Alessandro Oltramari, et al.. Senso Comune as a Knowledge Base of Italian language: The Resource and its Development. First Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics - CLiC-it 2014, Dec 2014, Pisa, Italy. pp. 93-97. ⟨hal-01134621⟩

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