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A lemon lexicon for DBpedia

@inproceedings{Unger2013ALL,
  title={A lemon lexicon for DBpedia},
  author={Christina Unger and John P. McCrae and Sebastian Walter and Sara Winter and Philipp Cimiano},
  booktitle={NLP-DBPEDIA@ISWC},
  year={2013}
}
As the body of knowledge available as linked data grows, so does the need to provide methods that make this knowledge accessible for humans. Such methods usually require knowledge about how the vocabulary elements used in the available ontologies and datasets are verbalized in natural language. This has lead to much interest in the development of models and frameworks for publishing ontology lexica as linked data. In this paper we describe a process for the manual development of such lexica in… 
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