Verbalizing Ontologies in Controlled Baltic Languages

@inproceedings{Gruzitis2010VerbalizingOI,
  title={Verbalizing Ontologies in Controlled Baltic Languages},
  author={Normunds Gruzitis and Gunta Nespore and Baiba Saulite},
  booktitle={Baltic HLT},
  year={2010}
}
Controlled natural languages (mostly English-based) recently have emerged as seemingly informal supplementary means for OWL ontology authoring, if compared to the formal notations that are used by professional knowledge engineers. In this paper we present by examples controlled Latvian language that has been designed to be compliant with the state of the art Attempto Controlled English. We also discuss relation with controlled Lithuanian language that is being designed in parallel. 

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