Using Wikipedia to develop language resources: WordNet 3.0 in Catalan and Spanish
|Using Wikipedia to develop language resources: WordNet 3.0 in Catalan and Spanish|
|Author(s)||Antoni Oliver, Salvador Climent|
|Keyword(s)||Wikipedia, WordNet, Natural Language Processing, linguistic resources|
|License(s)||CC BY 3.0 ES|
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We describe the state of the art in the use of Wikipedia for natural language processing tasks and also describe three applications of our own that enrich a powerful language resource: WordNet version 3.0 in Catalan and Spanish. Researchers have for many years sought applications that would take account of world knowledge in a more or less structured way, as this kind of knowledge has proven to be crucial to satisfactorily solving certain language processing tasks. Wikipedia may be the answer to the provision of this kind of information, as it is constantly updated and access is free.
This publication has 17 references. Only those references related to wikis are included here:
- "Overcoming the brittleness bottleneck using Wikipedia: enhancing text categorization with encyclopedic knowledge"
- "Mining a Large-Scale Term-Concept Network from Wikipedia" (create it!)
- "BabelNet: building a very large multilingual semantic network" (create it!)
- "Exploiting semantic role labelling, WordNet and Wikipedia for coreference resolution" (create it!)
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