Aligning Sense Inventories in Wikipedia and Wordnet

author: Elisabeth Wolf, Ubiquitous Knowledge Processing Lab, Darmstadt University of Technology
published: June 7, 2010,   recorded: May 2010,   views: 169
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In this paper, we study the alignment of Wikipedia articles and WordNet synsets. Therefore, we propose a method to convert Wikipedia to a sense inventory. We show that an aligned sense inventory of both resources has two major benefits: the coverage of senses can be increased and enhanced information about aligned senses can be obtained. Our study and conclusions are based on human annotations of sense alignments.

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