BioFrameNet: A Domain-Specific FrameNet Extension with Links to Biomedical Ontologies

  title={BioFrameNet: A Domain-Specific FrameNet Extension with Links to Biomedical Ontologies},
  author={Andrew Dolbey and Michael Ellsworth and Jan Scheffczyk},
Biomedical domain ontologies could be better put to use for automatic semantic linguistic processing if we could map them to lexical resources that model the linguistic phenomena encountered in this domain, e.g., complex noun phrase structures that reference specific biological entity names and processes. In this paper, we introduce BioFrameNet – a domain-specific FrameNet extension. BioFrameNet uses Frame semantics to express the meaning of natural language, is augmented with domain-specific… CONTINUE READING
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