The Concept of Lexical Platform
Date of Issue2017
Proceedings of the LDK 2017 Workshops: 1st Workshop on the OntoLex Model (OntoLex-2017), Shared Task on Translation Inference Across Dictionaries & Challenges for Wordnets
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Computational Linguistics Lab
The paper presents an idea of Lexical Platform proposed as a means for a lightweight integration of various lexical resources into one complex (from the perspective of non-technical users). All LRs will be represented as software web components implementing a minimal set of predefined programming interfaces providing functionality for querying and generating simple common presentation format. A common data format for the resources will not be required. Users will be able to search, browse and navigate via resources on the basis of anchor elements of a limited set of types. Lexical resources linked to the platform via components will preserve their identity.
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