Editing OWL through Generated CNL

@inproceedings{Power2009EditingOT,
  title={Editing OWL through Generated CNL},
  author={Richard Power and Robert Stevens and Donia Scott and Alan L. Rector},
  booktitle={CNL},
  year={2009}
}
Traditionally, Controlled Natural Languages (CNLs) are designed either to avoid ambiguity for human readers, or to facilitate automatic semantic analysis, so that texts can be transcoded to a knowledge representation language. CNLs of the second kind have recently been adapted to the requirements of knowledge formation in OWL for the Semantic Web. We suggest in this paper a variant approach based on automatic generation of texts in CNL (as opposed to automatic analysis), and argue that this… CONTINUE READING
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