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Representational Interoperability of Linguistic and Collaborative Knowledge Bases

@inproceedings{Garoufi2008RepresentationalIO,
  title={Representational Interoperability of Linguistic and Collaborative Knowledge Bases},
  author={Konstantina Garoufi and Torsten Zesch and Iryna Gurevych},
  year={2008}
}
Creating a Natural Language Processing (NLP) application often requires to access lexical-semantic Knowledge Bases (KBs). Recently, Collaborative Knowledge Bases (CKBs) such as Wikipedia and Wiktionary1 have been recognized as promising lexicalsemantic KBs for NLP (Zesch et al., 2008b), complementing traditional Linguistic Knowledge Bases (LKBs). As CKBs differ significantly from LKBs concerning their content, structure and topological properties, the interoperability between CKBs and LKBs has… Expand
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