One of the current research on the Semantic Web areais semantic annotation of information sources. On-line lexical ontologie can be exploited as a-priori common knowledge to provide easily understandable, machine-readable metadata. Nevertheless, the absence of terms related to specific domains causes a loss of semantics.In this paper we present WNEditor, a tool that aims at guidingthe annotation designer during the creation of a domain lexiconontology, extending the pre-existing WordNet ontology. New terms, meanings and relations between terms are virtually added and managed by preserving the WordNet’s internal organization.

Extending a Lexicon Ontology for Intelligent Information Integration / Benassi, Roberta; Bergamaschi, Sonia; Fergnani, Alain; Miselli, Daniele. - STAMPA. - (2004), pp. 278-282. ((Intervento presentato al convegno European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI2004) tenutosi a Valencia, Spain nel 22-27 August 2005.

Extending a Lexicon Ontology for Intelligent Information Integration

BENASSI, Roberta;BERGAMASCHI, Sonia;FERGNANI, Alain;MISELLI, Daniele
2004

Abstract

One of the current research on the Semantic Web areais semantic annotation of information sources. On-line lexical ontologie can be exploited as a-priori common knowledge to provide easily understandable, machine-readable metadata. Nevertheless, the absence of terms related to specific domains causes a loss of semantics.In this paper we present WNEditor, a tool that aims at guidingthe annotation designer during the creation of a domain lexiconontology, extending the pre-existing WordNet ontology. New terms, meanings and relations between terms are virtually added and managed by preserving the WordNet’s internal organization.
European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI2004)
Valencia, Spain
22-27 August 2005
278
282
Benassi, Roberta; Bergamaschi, Sonia; Fergnani, Alain; Miselli, Daniele
Extending a Lexicon Ontology for Intelligent Information Integration / Benassi, Roberta; Bergamaschi, Sonia; Fergnani, Alain; Miselli, Daniele. - STAMPA. - (2004), pp. 278-282. ((Intervento presentato al convegno European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI2004) tenutosi a Valencia, Spain nel 22-27 August 2005.
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