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Towards Revised System of Verb Wordnet Relations for Polish

  title={Towards Revised System of Verb Wordnet Relations for Polish},
  author={Agnieszka Dziob and Maciej Piasecki and Marek Maziarz and Justyna Wieczorek and Marta Dobrowolska-Pigon},
  booktitle={LDK Workshops},
. A revised model for the description of verbs in plWordNet - a large wordnet of Polish is presented in the paper. The model has originated from the previous one (the versions 2.0 and 3.0) as a combination of simplifications and expansions. The simplifications were motivated by the collected experience of the previous model implementation for almost 18 thousand Polish verbs. The proposed expansions are meant to improve the description of verbs and support provided by plWordNet for various… 

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