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Re:Wordnet to ontology mappings 2 Years ago Karma: 3&nbsp&nbsp
The following are contributions from Christiane, but I am posting them here since she is having trouble posting comments to the forum. AH

"Ontology-WN mapping: seems to me that each lexicalized concept
(i.e., "legitimate word") should have a mapping to at least one entry in the ontology. More if the word is polysemous.
The number of word:ontology entries reflects the polysemy of the word.
Words have the same mapping(s) as their synonyms. So ontology:word
mappings reflect synonymy.

I would strongly argue for keeping all axioms in the ontology and leave
them out of the lexicon (WN)."
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