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Re: [ontolog-forum] language ambiguity (was: Axiomatic ontology)

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From: paola.dimaio@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2008 19:30:26 +0700
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thanks for the link
I first heard of this tool from Duane on this list 26 Jan, and still
trying to work out how to use it (I am not a API developer) I hope
this will be made available as a web based app soon ), if not, I will
have to hire someone to develop one (even the reuters thing needs to
be downloaded so far)    (01)

Matthew,    (02)

>if you consider this sort of thing to be a tool for computer
> assisted ontology development, then it can be very helpful, particularly
> where we are talking about extracting brute facts. However, if you are
> talking about more general ontology extraction, then of course the ontolgoy
> produced is going to be no better than that of the document considered, and
> there are the usual issues with ambiguity that computers usually struggle
> with, especially using words with different senses in close proximity.
>    (03)

I  agree, and think that such functionality can be useful to aid
concept extraction for further refinement. How does the system
identify the classes, objects and relations I dont understand, do they
have to be in RDF? Or how does it do it? (haven't read the
documentation)    (04)

Paola Di Maio    (05)

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