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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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It corresponds to the synset secretary_of_state_for_the home department (09526473), which represents the correct sense in the sentence.
Building layered, multilingual sentiment lexicons at synset and lemma levels.
And in order to return the search results which best match the user's search intent, our paper adopts the method of [18] to construct a user interest model with semantic information on the user's input topic through the wordnet synset.
Ortega, <<Building layered, multilingual sentiment lexicons at synset and lemma levels,>> Expert Systems with Applications, vol.
(1) We propose a Synset Forest method to select semantic SentiPair labels that solves the semantic gap problem in label set.
SWN is a lexical resource that associates three numeric values with each synset of WordNet: positivity, objectivity, and negative.
This study uses synonym information, verb group (Synset) information, and distance similarity between two concepts, which can be acquired in WordNet.
If no match is found, two possible relations of interest are taken; the synonyms or equivalent terms and hypernyms where ontology concept is more general than WordNet synset of query terms.
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., cannot be obtained.
Therefore, the words that have the same meaning are grouped together in a group called Synset and the words are classified into four parts of speech (POS): nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs.
To illustrate how the list of items is generated for a particular word from the text, we show a partial output from WordNet when querying for word "gold." Under each numbered sense, the synset is shown with a short definition.