Posts Tagged ‘ontologies’

Lexicologic Insights from Cognitive Neuroscience

The Number Sense: How the Mind Creates Mathematics (1999) and Reading in the Brain (2009), by Stanislas Dehaene, provide insights that can aid in the construction of computational lexicons. Dehaene describes how both reading and mathematics recruit structures of the brain that evolved for other purposes (the neuronal recycling hypothesis). There is a visual recognition […]

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Taxonomy Change Operations

I have been involved in the development of a frame element hierarchy or taxonomy, based on FrameNet’s frame-to-frame relations and frame element definitions. Since I know that this taxonomy is not perfect and can be improved, I need to consider the types of operations that might be involved in making changes. Although this may seem […]

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