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Wordnet to ontology mappings 2 Years ago Karma: 3&nbsp&nbsp
We need to begin discussing the wordnet to ontology mappings before the next meeting (mid-June).

A variety of proposals have been offered in section D6.3 sect. 6. Please refer to this section as a basis of discussion.

Here is the summary of this section.

"In general there can be 3 ways to handle the relations between concepts in the lexicon and
concept in the ontology:
1. all lexical concepts are also added as concepts to the ontology and there is a single and
direct mapping from the lexical concept to the ontological concepts
2. there can be many to many relations between the lexicon concepts and the ontology
concepts but all the axioms are in the ontology
3. there are axioms in the lexicon in addition to the axioms in the ontology
Obviously, there can be solutions that combine these three situations."

As a starting point for this discussion, I propose addressing the following question:
What concerns for Wordnet-Ontology mappings are most relevant to Kyoto?

Can those team members who have experience with ontology wordnet mappings please contribute your thoughts?

Other proposals for discussion are enthusiatically encouraged!
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