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plWordNet 3.0 – a Comprehensive Lexical-Semantic Resource

  title={plWordNet 3.0 – a Comprehensive Lexical-Semantic Resource},
  author={Marek Maziarz and Maciej Piasecki and Ewa Rudnicka and Stan Szpakowicz and Pawel Kedzia},
  booktitle={International Conference on Computational Linguistics},
We have released plWordNet 3.0, a very large wordnet for Polish. In addition to what is expected in wordnets – richly interrelated synsets – it contains sentiment and emotion annotations, a large set of multi-word expressions, and a mapping onto WordNet 3.1. Part of the release is enWordNet 1.0, a substantially enlarged copy of WordNet 3.1, with material added to allow for a more complete mapping. The paper discusses the design principles of plWordNet, its content, its statistical portrait, a… 

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