BALKANET : A Multilingual Semantic Network for Balkan Languages

  title={BALKANET : A Multilingual Semantic Network for Balkan Languages},
  author={Stamou and Sof{\'i}a and Oflazer and Kemal and Pala and Karel and Christodoulakis and Dimitris and A I Cristea and Dan and Tufis and Koeva and Svetla and Totkov and George and Dutoit and Dominique and Grigoriadou and M{\'a}ria},
BalkaNet aims at building a multilingual lexical database consisting of WordNets in several Central and Eastern European languages. Even though it will be built in a similar way with EuroWordNet, new features will be implemented ranging from structuring the Inter-LingualIndex to ensure linking of conceptual equivalencies across WordNets to the development of an inter-networked WordNet Management so that each partner retains full responsibility and independence of his local WordNet whereas at… CONTINUE READING
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