lemonUby - A large, interlinked, syntactically-rich lexical resource for ontologies

@article{EckleKohler2015lemonUbyA,
  title={lemonUby - A large, interlinked, syntactically-rich lexical resource for ontologies},
  author={Judith Eckle-Kohler and John P. McCrae and C. Chiarcos},
  journal={Semantic Web},
  year={2015},
  volume={6},
  pages={371-378}
}
We introduce lemonUby, a new lexical resource integrated in the Semantic Web which is the result of converting data extracted from the existing large-scale linked lexical resource UBY to the lemon lexicon model. The following data from UBY were converted: WordNet, FrameNet, VerbNet, English and German Wiktionary, the English and German entries of Omega- Wiki, as well as links between pairs of these lexicons at the word sense level (links between VerbNet and FrameNet, VerbNet and WordNet… 

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