The GlobalWordNet Formats: Updates for 2020

John P. McCrae, Michael Wayne Goodman, Francis Bond, Alexandre Rademaker, Ewa Rudnicka, Luis Morgado Da Costa


Abstract
The Global Wordnet Formats have been introduced to enable wordnets to have a common representation that can be integrated through the Global WordNet Grid. As a result of their adoption, a number of shortcomings of the format were identified, and in this paper we describe the extensions to the formats that address these issues. These include: ordering of senses, dependencies between wordnets, pronunciation, syntactic modelling, relations, sense keys, metadata and RDF support. Furthermore, we provide some perspectives on how these changes help in the integration of wordnets.
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2021.gwc-1.11
Volume:
Proceedings of the 11th Global Wordnet Conference
Month:
January
Year:
2021
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University of South Africa (UNISA)
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EACL | GWC
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Publisher:
Global Wordnet Association
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Pages:
91–99
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https://aclanthology.org/2021.gwc-1.11
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Cite (ACL):
John P. McCrae, Michael Wayne Goodman, Francis Bond, Alexandre Rademaker, Ewa Rudnicka, and Luis Morgado Da Costa. 2021. The GlobalWordNet Formats: Updates for 2020. In Proceedings of the 11th Global Wordnet Conference, pages 91–99, University of South Africa (UNISA). Global Wordnet Association.
Cite (Informal):
The GlobalWordNet Formats: Updates for 2020 (McCrae et al., GWC 2021)
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https://aclanthology.org/2021.gwc-1.11.pdf
Code
 globalwordnet/english-wordnet