Knowledge Representation Issues and Implementation of Lexical Data Bases

@inproceedings{Senz2005KnowledgeRI,
  title={Knowledge Representation Issues and Implementation of Lexical Data Bases},
  author={Fernando S{\'a}enz and A. Vaquero},
  year={2005}
}
We propose to apply classical development methodologies to the design and implementation of Lexical Databases(LDB), which embody conceptual and linguistic knowledge. We represent the conceptual knowledge as an ontology, and the linguistic knowledge, which depends on each language, in lexicons. Our approach is based on a single language-independent ontology. Besides, we study some conceptual and linguistic requirements; in particular, meaning classifications in the ontology, focusing on… CONTINUE READING

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