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BabelNet 3.7 now out!

From: Roberto Navigli <navigli@di.uniroma1.it>
Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2016 08:28:10 +0200
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   RELEASE OF BABELNET 3.7

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We are happy to announce the release a new version of BabelNet, a project
recently featured in a TIME magazine article. BabelNet (http://babelnet.org)
is the *largest multilingual encyclopedic dictionary *and *semantic network
*created by means of the seamless integration of the largest multilingual
Web encyclopedia - i.e., Wikipedia - with the most popular computational
lexicon of English - i.e., WordNet, and other lexical resources such as
Wiktionary, OmegaWiki, Wikidata, Open Multilingual WordNet, Wikiquote,
VerbNet, Microsoft Terminology, GeoNames, WoNeF, ImageNet, ItalWordNet,
Open Dutch WordNet and FrameNet. The integration is performed via a
high-performance linking algorithm and by filling in lexical gaps with the
aid of Machine Translation. The result is an encyclopedic dictionary that
provides Babel synsets, i.e., concepts and named entities lexicalized in
many languages and connected with large amounts of semantic relations.

Version 3.7 comes with the following new features:


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   New resource integrated: FrameNet (lexical units)
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   More than 2500 Babel synsets identified as key concepts
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   Mappings with several versions of WordNet now integrated (from 1.6 to
   3.0)
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   More than 2.6 million Babel synsets labeled with domains (was 1,558,806
   in v3.6)


More statistics are available at: http://babelnet.org/stats

BabelNet was part of the MultiJEDI project <http://multijedi.org>
originally funded by the European Research Council and headed by Prof.
Roberto Navigli at the Linguistic Computing Laboratory
<http://lcl.uniroma1.it> of the Sapienza University of Rome. BabelNet is
now a self-sustained project. It is, and always will be, free for research
purposes, including download. Babelscape <http://babelscape.com>, a
Sapienza startup company, is BabelNet's commercial support arm, thanks to
which the project will be continued and improved over time.


Enjoy!

The BabelNet group


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Roberto Navigli
Dipartimento di Informatica
Sapienza University of Rome
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