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Noun1.synset - a set of one or more synonyms
Princeton WordNet, WordNet - a machine-readable lexical database organized by meanings; developed at Princeton University
set - a group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used; "a set of books"; "a set of golf clubs"; "a set of teeth"
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Identify how the term contained in SYNSET, 3 scores are derived by combining the results produced by a committee of eight ternary classifier.
machines must be prepared a software and a hardware processing system synset global and compatible to the control and visualization software i-design 3d visualization, quotations and production sheets.
The synset, hypernym and hyponym of ontology can obtained in WordNet, but closely related information to ontology, such as concept, class, relation, function, axioms, instance, RDF, OWL, etc.
However, semantics of a word may be obtained by analyzing its similarity set called the synset that indeed expresses its meaning in different contexts.
In the project LOIS (Peters et alii 2007), a multilingual database of legal terminology built on the WordNet model, monolingual wordnets are autonomously created and then mapped to the others by means of the Inter-Lingual-Index (ILI), a set of equivalence relations of each concept (synset) with an English synset.
Precisamente, foram selecionados todos os conceitos, codificados em synsets, mais especificos que o conceito subjacente ao synset {wheeled vehicle}, ou seja, todos os hiponimos de {wheeled vehicle}.
The logical representation is given by the synset of the word, this way we reduce the work of considering the synonymy relationship of EuroWordNet (6) (EWN) since it is implicit.
J, 2004) takes as input two concepts from each ontology and performs whole term matching, word constituent matching, synset matching and type matching.
In WordNet, ID index number for each Synset is unique, when the semantic relationship defined by Synsets can be deemed as a pointer existing between them.
A combination of word form, its part of speech, and the sense is called a synset.
1 in section 7) a similar example for English is given where for the synset dance:1 there is a pair dance [] dancer derived according the agentive D-rule.
SentiWordNet [1] is the most known English-language sentiment dictionary, in which each WordNet [3] synset is represented with three numerical scores--objective Obj(s), positive Pos(s) and negative Neg(s).