Pilar León Araúz

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Currently, there are many environmental data sets available; however, they lack homogeneity, since they have been created for very different purposes and in very different formats. In this paper we propose a model capable of integrating some of these data sets with EcoLexicon, an e-environment knowledge base. EcoLexicon can contribute to the development of(More)
Multidimensionality of concepts in multidisciplinary domains is a problem terminographers have to deal with. We apply Corpus Pattern Analysis (CPA; Pustejovsky, Hanks, & Rumshisky, 2004) to extract conceptual dimensions according to context. The dynamic nature of these concepts is exemplified with the case study of SAND. On the other hand, knowledge(More)
EcoLexicon, a multilingual knowledge resource on the environment, provides an internally coherent information system covering a wide range of specialized linguistic and conceptual needs. Data in our terminological knowledge base (TKB) are primarily hosted in a relational database which is now linked to an ontology in order to apply reasoning techniques and(More)
EcoLexicon is a Terminological Knowledge Base (TKB) on environment. Our TKB is primarily hosted in a relational database (RDB) but at the same time integrated in an ontological model. Ontologies provide a suitable schema for sharing semantic resources. Nevertheless, before considering the interoperability of other environmental knowledge-based projects, we(More)
Linked Data creates a shared information space by publishing and connecting resources in the Semantic Web. However, the specification of semantic relationships between data sources is still a stumbling block. One solution is to enrich ontologies with multilingual and concept-oriented information. Usefully linking entities in the Semantic Web is thus(More)
EcoLexicon is a multilingual terminological knowledge base (TKB) on the environment. It is currently being converted into a domain-specific ontology, however, ontological properties are modelled according to surface semantics. For this reason, we are integrating our TKB in the form of a " satellite ontology " into FunGramKB, a multipurpose knowledge base(More)