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Use, Re-use and Synergetic Benefit: The Interplay between WordNet and Dictionary Data

@article{Nimb2009UseRA,
  title={Use, Re-use and Synergetic Benefit: The Interplay between WordNet and Dictionary Data},
  author={Sanni Nimb and Lars Trap-Jensen},
  journal={J. Lang. Technol. Comput. Linguistics},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={77-96}
}
The first version of a Danish wordnet, DanNet, was released in March . In this paper we will discuss some of the methodological issues of compiling a wordnet on the basis of a large, corpus-based printed dictionary of modern Danish (Den Danske Ordbog, henceforth DDO). Furthermore, we will focus on the synergetic effects between dictionary and wordnet, the first use of DanNet being an onomasiological search engine in the online version of the very same dictionary which was used as the basis… 

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