Published October 31, 1998
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
EuroWordNet by Piek Vossen, , Springer edition, paperback Graeme Hirst. Computational Linguistics, Vol Number 4, December EuroWordNet: A Multilingual Database with Lexical Semantic Networks: Edited by Piek Vossen. Kluwer Academic Publishers. ISBN , £58/$ pages This paper gives a global introduction to the aims and objectives of the Euro WordNet project, and it provides a general framework for the other papers in this volume. Euro WordNet is an EC project
Below is a complete list of the available documents and publications related to EuroWordNet. Some of the deliverables and papers can be downloaded, either in PostScript format or as RTF or Word files (mostly zipped). In other cases, we have listed the sites responsible for the paper/document, e.g. AMS, ILC, FUE, SHE, etc.. Books related The Multilingual design of EuroWordNet. / Vossen, P.J.T.M.; Diez-Orzas, P.; Peters, W. Proceedings of the ACL/EACL workshop Automatic Information Extraction and Building of Lexical Semantic Resources for NLP. Vrije Universiteit, Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceeding › Conference contribution › Academic EuroWordNet. Si WordNet es una base de datos o red semántica léxica genérica desarrollada en la Universidad de Princeton estructurada en torno a la noción de synsets, EuroWordNet es una aplicación que utiliza tal red en varios idiomas europeos (holandés, italiano, español, alemán, francés, checo y Discover the best - Office in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best ://
EuroWordNet thus becomes a multilingual lexicon and thesaurus that could be used in applications such as multilingual text retrieval and (rather basic) lexical transfer in machine :// EuroWordNet, LE Distributor: Academia, book, Leda Publishing House, CD Explanatory Dictionary of Czech Description: Explanatory Dictionary of Czech (EDC, by k and , Brno ) is being built continually and its present size is about 55 entries and 65 senses. The main reason for its building is the fact The book EuroWordNet is a collection of six papers on the EuroWordNet project by editor Vossen and his colleagues. 4 Five of the papers describe the structure of the EuroWordNet database and the methods employed to construct it, and the sixth specu- lates on the possible benefits of using EuroWordNet in cross-language text retrieval. DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation::publications/eefd1e.