On Hidden Semantic Relations between Nouns in WordNet

Tsvetana Dimitrova, Valentina Stefanova


Abstract
The paper presents an effort on transferability of noun–verb and noun–adjective derivative and semantic relations to noun-noun relations. The approach relies on information from semantic classes and existing inter-POS derivative and (morpho)semantic relations between noun and verb, and noun and adjective synsets. We have added semantic relations between nouns in WordNet that are indirectly linked via verbs and adjectives. Observations on the combination between the relations and semantic classes of nouns they link, may facilitate further efforts in assigning semantic properties to nouns pointing to their abilities to participate in predicate-argument structures.
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2019.gwc-1.8
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Proceedings of the 10th Global Wordnet Conference
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July
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2019
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Wroclaw, Poland
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Global Wordnet Association
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Tsvetana Dimitrova and Valentina Stefanova. 2019. On Hidden Semantic Relations between Nouns in WordNet. In Proceedings of the 10th Global Wordnet Conference, pages 54–63, Wroclaw, Poland. Global Wordnet Association.
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