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Re: Use Case - W3C Community Group on Ontology Lexica

From: Philipp Cimiano <cimiano@cit-ec.uni-bielefeld.de>
Date: Sun, 06 Nov 2011 14:55:43 +0100
Message-ID: <4EB691DF.8090800@cit-ec.uni-bielefeld.de>
To: Omar isbaitan <oisbaitan@yahoo.com>, public-ontolex@w3.org
Dear Omar,

  thanks for the use case you are proposing. This seems to be a use case 
on exploiting the ontology to provide better translations? As Elena 
Montiel is also working on a ontology-based translation use case, it 
would be good if you both could work on merging the two use cases into one.

Best regards,

Philipp.

Am 05.11.11 17:02, schrieb Omar isbaitan:
> Universal Semantic Lexical Ontology-based Information translator
> *Identifier*
> 	
> USLO
> *Title*
> 	
> Universal Semantic Lexical Ontology-based Information translator
> *Owner*
> 	
> Omar Isbaitan
> *Description*
> 	
> This use case describes how semantic-lexical can be used as background 
> semantic graph in some semantic lexical ontology-based information 
> translator.
> The system is assumed to be semantic ontology-based in the sense that 
> the word extracted from a text conform to a Graph in a vocabulary of 
> the given ontology.
> *Example*
> 	
> Imagine that our ontology models the word “Title” and we need to 
> translate it to other languages (Right-to-Left / Left-to-Right) we 
> have two things:
> 1)The word title has many meaning in English based on context:
> Title of a book: description of book contents
> Title of a person: Mr., Ms., Mss., Dr. …..
> Title of a job: what is the position …
>
> 2)Assuming we want to populate meaning to other languages; first we 
> should look for candidate for meaning, then to select the right one.
> And this can be done only if our semantic-lexical ontology is 
> universal and language independent.
> *Necessary Knowledge*
> 	
> For each word in Universal-Semantic-Lexical-Ontology we should have 3 
> graphs (in the form of triples for Subjects, Predicates, Objects):
> 1)Lexical-Graph (affix, base)
> 2) Grammatical-Graph(function, inflection)
> 3) Semantic-Graph (functional, form)
> For this we need to create (graph) for:
> 1)The Subject, with the following properties: form, position, 
> agreement, pronouns, Voice…est.
> 2)The Predicates, with the following: form, position, agreement, 
> tense, modality, aspect, voice…est.
> 3)The Object, with the following: form, position, pronouns, voice…est.
> This can be a base for the Universal Model.
>


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