The knowledge in ConceptNet is collected from a variety of resources including Open Mind Common Sense Project, WordNet
, DBPedia, OpenCyc and Wikipedia .
If we take an example of the Bengali idiom--hater panch ('remaining resource'), we can see that English WordNet
defines two components of the idiom in the following way: hat ('hand') as 'a part of a limb that is farthest from the torso' and panch ('five') as 'a number which is one more than four'.
Queries are lexically analyzed using WordNet
and syntactically analysed using Stanford parser.
This lack of methodical treatment produces notorious incoherences and compromises the results of applications using WordNet
(9) is a database of words and phrases that are semantically linked to each other.
Castanet uses WordNet
(a large lexical database) to find facets.
By using results obtained from the analyser Ajka and the mentioned D-interface we added the selected noun and verb D-relations to the Czech WordNet
and in this way enriched it with approximately 31 000 new Czech synsets using the DebVisdic editor and browser (DebVisDic Manual, 2008) as illustrated in Fig.
Distinguishing these cases requires a good type hierarchy which Wordnet
can supply as well as providing synonym and part-whole information for word senses.
Combining multiple resources to build reliable wordnets
Other subjects examined include an adjusted-edit distance algorithm applied to the web environment, measuring semantic similarity based on WordNet
, a secure web-based watermarking scheme for copyright protection, and morphological wavelet transformation in fingerprint image processing.
In addition to Freebase and Geonames, Bintro's unique semantic technology will continue to leverage WordNet
, a popular lexical database for the English language.
Yago: A Core of Semantic Knowledge--Unifying WordNet
and Wikipedia, International World Wide Web Conference