Bruno Cuconato


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Completing the Princeton Annotated Gloss Corpus Project
Alexandre Rademaker | Bruno Cuconato | Alessandra Cid | Alexandre Tessarollo | Henrique Andrade
Proceedings of the 10th Global Wordnet Conference

In the Princeton WordNet Gloss Corpus, the word forms from the definitions (“glosses”) in WordNet’s synsets are manually linked to the context-appropriate sense in the WordNet. The glosses then become a sense-disambiguated corpus annotated against WordNet version 3.0. The result is also called a semantic concordance, which can be seen as both a lexicon (WordNet extension) and an annotated corpus. In this work we motivate and present the initial steps to complete the annotation of all open-class words in this corpus. Finally, we introduce a freely-available annotation interface built as an Emacs extension, and evaluate a preliminary annotation effort.


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Using OpenWordnet-PT for Question Answering on Legal Domain
Pedro Delfino | Bruno Cuconato | Guilherme Paulino-Passos | Gerson Zaverucha | Alexandre Rademaker
Proceedings of the 9th Global Wordnet Conference

In order to practice a legal profession in Brazil, law graduates must be approved in the OAB national unified bar exam. For their topic coverage and national reach, the OAB exams provide an excellent benchmark for the performance of legal information systems, as it provides objective metrics and are challenging even for humans, as only 20% of its candidates are approved. After constructing a new data set on the exams and doing shallow experiments on it, we now employ the OpenWordnet-PT to verify whether using word senses and relations we can improve previous results. We discuss the results, possible future ideas and the additions to the OpenWordnet-PT that we made.

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Text Mining for History: first steps on building a large dataset
Suemi Higuchi | Cláudia Freitas | Bruno Cuconato | Alexandre Rademaker
Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2018)