Quotation Gromann, Dagmar. 2013. Terminology-Based Patterns for Natural Language Definitions in Ontologies. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Ontology and Semantic Web Patterns (4th edition) - WOP2013, Hrsg. Valentina Presutti and Michael Gruninger, Sydney: CEUR Workshop Proceedings.


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Natural language content in ontologies is crucial to any human interaction with them, but scarcely available. Terminology science centers on best practices in domain-specific natural languages. Hence, ontologies can benefit from the systematic approach of terminology to natural language definitions. This paper proposes an Annotation On- tology Design Pattern named Natural Language Definition ODP that provides natural language definitions for ontology classes. For this purpose, a (semi-)automated method for implementing this pattern combining ontology verbalization and information extraction is investigated herein and exemplified in the domain of finance.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Contribution to conference proceedings
Language English
Title Terminology-Based Patterns for Natural Language Definitions in Ontologies
Title of whole publication Proceedings of the Workshop on Ontology and Semantic Web Patterns (4th edition) - WOP2013
Editor Valentina Presutti and Michael Gruninger
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Location Sydney
Publisher CEUR Workshop Proceedings
Year 2013

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