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Homographs are words with identical spellings but different origins and meanings. Natural language processing must deal with the disambiguation of homographs and the attribution of senses to them. Advances have been made using context to discriminate homographs, but the problem is still open. Dis-ambiguating homographs is possible using formal concept(More)
Many assays to evaluate the nature, breadth, and quality of antigen-specific T cell responses are currently applied in human medicine. In most cases, assay-related protocols are developed on an individual laboratory basis, resulting in a large number of different protocols being applied worldwide. Together with the inherent complexity of cellular assays,(More)
The " Semantic Mirrors Method " (Dyvik, 1998) is a means for automatic derivation of thesaurus entries from a word-aligned parallel corpus. The method is based on the construction of lattices of linguistic features. This paper models the Semantic Mirrors Method with Formal Concept Analysis. It is argued that the method becomes simpler to understand with the(More)
Bilingual word association networks can be beneficial as a tool in foreign language education because they show relationships among cognate words of different languages and correspond to structures in the mental lexicon. This paper discusses possible technologies that can be used to generate and represent word association networks.
This paper discusses results from an experimental study of concept neighbourhoods in WordNet and Roget's Thesaurus. The general aim of this research is to determine ways in which neighbourhood lattices can be derived in real time from a lexical database and displayed on the web. In order to be readable the lattices must not be too large, not contain(More)