Towards a Bridge between Cognitive Linguistics and Formal Ontology

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To build an ontology of a domain, it is necessary to categorize this domain with objects, relations between objects, process acting onto objects, process transforming a state and building an event and so on ... Often, these different entities and relations must be identified inside linguistic segments (nominal phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs titles… (More)

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@inproceedings{Descls2008TowardsAB, title={Towards a Bridge between Cognitive Linguistics and Formal Ontology}, author={Jean-Pierre Descl{\'e}s}, booktitle={FLAIRS Conference}, year={2008} }