From linguistic patterns to ontology structures

Aguado de Cea, G. and Álvarez de Mon Rego, I. and Montiel-Ponsoda, Elena (2009). From linguistic patterns to ontology structures. In: "8th International Conference on Terminology and Artificial Intelligence, TIA 2009", 18/11/2009-20/11/2009, Toulouse, France.

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Title: From linguistic patterns to ontology structures
Author/s:
  • Aguado de Cea, G.
  • Álvarez de Mon Rego, I.
  • Montiel-Ponsoda, Elena
Item Type: Presentation at Congress or Conference (Article)
Event Title: 8th International Conference on Terminology and Artificial Intelligence, TIA 2009
Event Dates: 18/11/2009-20/11/2009
Event Location: Toulouse, France
Title of Book: Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Terminology and Artificial Intelligence, TIA 2009
Date: November 2009
Subjects:
Freetext Keywords: oeg
Faculty: Facultad de Informática (UPM)
Department: Inteligencia Artificial
UPM's Research Group: Ontology Engineering Group – OEG
Creative Commons Licenses: None

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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to contribute to the research on linguistic patterns focusing on the subclassOf relation for the semi-automatic construction of ontologies. Taking as a starting point those ontological structures corresponding to consensual modelling solutions, which are known as Ontology Design Patterns (ODPs), we identified the linguistic patterns that convey the relation captured in ODPs as Lexico-Syntactic Patterns (LSPs) and included them in an LSP-ODP pattern repository. LSPs will permit novice users the conversion of the domain field they want to model into an ontological structure. In the present contribution, the language of classification in Spanish is studied in order to collect the most common ways of verbally expressing the subclassOf relation. Then, the topology of the most common classification patterns is analysed to discover the type of ontological knowledge provided, i.e. which concept relation, and the two essential features in ontology knowledge: exhaustiveness and disjointness.

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Item ID: 5183
DC Identifier: http://oa.upm.es/5183/
OAI Identifier: oai:oa.upm.es:5183
Official URL: http://www.irit.fr/TIA09/indexEN.html
Deposited by: Dr Oscar Corcho
Deposited on: 17 Dec 2010 12:56
Last Modified: 20 Apr 2016 14:05
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