08 Jun 2012

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Guido, Wim, Paul, Philipp, Armando, Lupe, nitish


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<Nitish> short introduction to the Senso Comune project: a Community Knowledge Base for the Italian Language

<Nitish> cimiano: Semasiological Model of Senso Comune project is very similar to Lemon model

<Nitish> cimiano: share the work and discuss the possible extension and collaboration

<Nitish> Higher-order ontology mapping (OMT) : use in machine translation

<Nitish> cimiano: Metadata about type of linguistic resource: more details needed for this requirement

<Nitish> cimiano: Supporting translation mapping varieties: relation between literals in different languages

<paulb> cimiano: no need for synonymy as it is implicit in the model

<paulb> nitish and paul have to leave for another meeting

Summary of Action Items

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