KYOTO Project - Forum http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto com_fireboard en-us Sun, 01 May 2011 01:42:20 +0200 Powered by fireboard fb_rsspower.gif http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto 88 Subject: Re:Taxonomy of species, wordnets and ontology - by: pathfinderanil http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=76&func=view&id=89&catid=6 Tools submission page is broken It's possible to mess up the sub nav bar sometimes by playing with it so it disappears entirely. All the hosted tools have broken layouts. In skin view, clicking on the small version thumbnail replaces with the larger version and opens lightbox with larger at same time. The larger version thumbnail breaks the content box. ___________________________________________________ Pallet Racking (http://www.shoe-envy.co.uk/Fitflop_Boots) | Fitflop Boots (http://www.shoe-... Subject: Re:Word Form - by: proximityinfotech6 http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=76&func=view&id=80&catid=10 Hi, I am looking for ideas to have more control and spend less time controlling mine. I have a number of external hard drives, all USB they are use via NFS, SAMBA(CIFS) for storage, sharing etc. ____________________________________________________ Organic SEO (http://www.micrositez.co.uk/organic-seo.html)| UK SEO (http://www.micrositez.co.uk)... Subject: Re:termSource - by: proximityinfotech6 http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=76&func=view&id=79&catid=9 How are you guys handling all your external storage? I am looking for ideas to have more control and spend less time controlling mine. 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Subject: Re:Numbers in KAF - by: aliprandi http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=76&func=view&id=51&catid=10 For some strange reason the line related to bad POS was lost. here it is: term lemma= 17 million pos= N tid= t346 type= open c... Subject: Numbers in KAF - by: aliprandi http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=76&func=view&id=50&catid=10 Hi all, here in Pisa we had plenty of discussions on numbers!!! following some remark on bad POS tag for: we concluded the following: - segmentation the segmentation is correct. Our parser natively produces one token for the 17_million. This seems more relevant then producing 2 separate tokens. I checked, for example, in Evalita (EAGLE like), the suggestion was to produce 12 tokens: 17 numeral Adj million noun but we think this is not useful and, especially, is completely d... Subject: Rudify: evaluation and extension - by: Roxane Segers http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=76&func=view&id=49&catid=5 Hi Axel, I understood that you excluded the synset [verbinding::d_n-31543: # sense 4 (scheikunde): ch. compound] from the Dutch GoldStandard because of obvious polysemy. Please note that more BCs in the Dutch GS are polysemes and that these have been disambiguated by providing a synset ID for the human taggers. We’ll start tagging the full list of Dutch BCs for rigidity soon, but I will only include those BCs that have a equal synonym or equal near synonym relation to an English BC. A subset of the ... Subject: Re:Rolify - by: AxelHerold http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=76&func=view&id=48&catid=5 Roxane, thank you for providing positive evidence tests for rigidity. I can easily include those patterns for Dutch in the next release version of Rudify. Historically, Rudify didn't use positive evidence for rigidity because for English no good patterns seem to exist. The AEON team didn't come up with any, we at BBAW didn't and you also confirm that. However, for other meta properties positive patterns do exist indeed and therefore Rudify could deal with both types from the beginning. This may also ... Subject: Rolify - by: Roxane Segers http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=76&func=view&id=47&catid=5 I’ve been thinking about some patterns that can be used for Rolify (the rigidity tester). As Amanda stated, this isn’t easy but I might have some patterns that at least seem to work for Dutch. Their performance for English is not so good, however… X wordt geboren (X is born) X houdt niet op (X doesn’t cease/doesn’t stop) X blijft altijd bestaan (X always exists) X ontstond (X came in existence) X ontstaat (X comes in existence) is altijd een X ... Subject: Re:Ontology for End-Users - by: Roxane Segers http://xmlgroup.iit.cnr.it/kyoto/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=76&func=view&id=46&catid=5 An already suggested solution for extending the Kyoto ontology is using a kind of interview that guides the user through the ontology. An Italian project that has already been working on this is the Senso Comune project: http://www.senso-comune.it/portale/ and http://www.loa-cnr.it/Papers/lexicon_oltramari-vetere.pdf. Their basic idea is that non-expert users can extend a lexical resource for Italian without being bothered with the ontology. To enrich the ontology, the project uses a QA system called TMEO...