Morphosemantic relations in and across wordnets: a preliminary study based on Turkish
Bilgin, Orhan and Çetinoğlu, Özlem and Oflazer, Kemal (2004) Morphosemantic relations in and across wordnets: a preliminary study based on Turkish. In: Proceedings of the Second Global WordNet Conference (GWC 2004), , Masaryk, Czech Republic
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Morphological processes in a language can be effectively used to enrich individual wordnets with semantic relations. More importantly, morphological processes in a language can be used to discover less explicit semantic relations in other languages. This will both improve the internal connectivity of individual wordnets and also the overlap across different wordnets. Using morphology to improve the quality of wordnets and to automatically prepare synset glosses are two other possible applications.
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