BDCon: A Spanish knowledge database

Abstract

In this paper we describe a knowledge base that has been built using the partially structured knowledge from encyclopaedias. The BDCon (from the Spanish: Base de Datos de Conocimiento) is a general ontology built around an extended Spanish lexicon extracted from two encyclopaedias and a cartographic database. It is composed by a number of interconnected knowledge structures, each of them covering a different aspect of world knowledge. The purpose of the BDCon is to classify the contents of various reference works publishing companies, as well as to support a set of advanced linguistic tools.

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@inproceedings{Cassan2002BDConAS, title={BDCon: A Spanish knowledge database}, author={Ad{\'a}n Cassan and Sergi Cervell and Mireia Colom and Rafael Mar{\'i}n and Josep M. Merenciano and Gema P{\'e}rez and Llu{\'i}s Valent{\'i}n}, booktitle={LREC}, year={2002} }