WordNet for Lexical Cohesion Analysis

@inproceedings{Teich2004WordNetFL,
  title={WordNet for Lexical Cohesion Analysis},
  author={Elke Teich and Peter Fankhauser},
  year={2004}
}
This paper describes an approach to the analysis of lexical cohesion using WordNet. The approach automatically annotates texts with potential cohesive ties, and supports various thesaurus based and text based search facilities as well as different views on the annotated texts. The purpose is to be able to investigate large amounts of text in order to get a clearer idea to what extent semantic relations are actually used to make texts lexically cohesive and which patterns of lexical cohesion can… CONTINUE READING

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