Compare to the previous work our proposed system imposes semantic constrain on main verbs in question and semantic match on relation using Word Net's meronym, hypernym
and hyponyms hierarchy.
Besides, in some cases a hypernym
is added to provide extra information.
WordNet- and slow-Net-based definition extractor, which identifies sentences containing a word-nct term and its hypernym
, hyponym, meronym and holonym of noun synset can be obtained in noun data file (data.
The term 'accreditation' is an Australia-based term, but is used here as a hypernym
to refer to formal recognition of inter-lingual transfer skills whether through accreditation or certification testing, or through a university qualification.
color" is a hypernym
of "green", "red" and "blue") and hyponyms (words that relate to a larger concept, e.
1] The expression "foundational literacy" is used in this paper as a hypernym
also covering the early literacy, emergent literacy and pre-literacy concepts used in foreign sources.
Disposition" in this sense is understood here as a hypernym
of 'support', 'suspension', 'blockage of motion', 'orientation', and 'configuration of parts of an object'.
In reference to spoken language, the term 'accommodation' is often employed as a hypernym
referring to features that speakers may employ in their speech that converge towards or diverge from the speech of others (cf.
Cluster members Seeds Hypernym
b_fragilis, c_albicans, c_albicans Etiologic agents candida_albicans, 1_pneumophila acyclovir, methotrexate_ methotrexate Drugs mtx, mtx, methotrexate embryo, embryos, mouse_ embryo, embryos, Egg cells embryos, oocytes mouse_embryos, oocytes leukocytes, macrophages, platelets Blood cells neutrophils, platelets, pmns flap, flaps, free_flap, flap, free_flap Flaps muscle-flap, musculocutaneous_flap leukocyte, monocyte, polymorphonuclear_ White blood cells neutrophil, leukocyte polymorphonuclear_ leukocyte
For example rose and daisy can be grouped under flowers and hypernym
of these words are used instead by taking the [beta](it is specified as 0.
MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is said a hyponym of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (that, in its turn, is said a hypernym
of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) at the severity level u if: (i) candidate([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], u) = true; (ii) nbh([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], O) is more specific than nbh([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 0) (see Section 3.