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Re: Issues with backwards compatibility

From: Paul Buitelaar <paul.buitelaar@deri.org>
Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2014 16:44:43 +0100
Message-ID: <5391E1EB.8020304@deri.org>
To: <public-ontolex@w3.org>
CC: Gabi Vulcu <Gabriela.Vulcu@deri.org>
thanks for the infos John

on: Monnet /lemon/ allows us to say if a lexical entry is a multi-word 
expression, affix or word.

there are strong use cases for MWEs, e.g. in the way we use lemon in 
EuroSentiment for the definition of complex sentiment expressions such 
as 'quite good', 'bit dirty'

not sure on affixes

word is obvious

cheers


Paul


On 06/06/2014 16:25, John P. McCrae wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Due to the large number of resources using the previous Monnet /lemon
> /vocabulary it seems natural that we should support users who wish to
> transition to the W3C OntoLex /lemon /vocabulary. As such I was looking
> into the conversion.
>
> https://www.w3.org/community/ontolex/wiki/Monnet_OntoLex_Compatibility
>
> There are some areas where the previous model has significant
> differences that we should consider whether to adopt. (Of course I do
> not assume that everything in Monnet Lemon should be transferred across
> but we should attempt to be able to represent relevant use cases already
> addressed by Monnet Lemon).
>
>  From my analysis, there are two main issues that we should still address
>
>   * Monnet /lemon/ has more sophisticated description of senses, in
>     particular, mechanisms such as contexts
>     <http://lemon-model.net/lemon-cookbook/node11.html>, conditions
>     <http://lemon-model.net/lemon-cookbook/node30.html>, definitions,
>     examples and incompatibility
>     <http://lemon-model.net/lemon-cookbook/node14.html>
>   * Monnet /lemon/ allows us to say if a lexical entry is a multi-word
>     expression, affix or word.
>
> Any comments on whether we should allow this modelling
>
> Regards,
> John
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