Using frames to disambiguate prepositions

Diana Villanueva, Alma Delia Cuevas-Rasgado, Omar Juárez, Adolfo Guzmán-Arenas

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In natural language processing (NLP), disambiguation is the procedure used to solve name conflicts of polysemic concepts (different meanings); in fact, phrase disambiguation is a problem not totally solved in NLP. Several disambiguation types exist; for instance, noun disambiguation (bank is a word with several meanings) or when a word is both used as a noun and as a preposition. Work herein reported describes an algorithm and its implementation to disambiguate prepositions in Spanish phrases; some of them are: a {to} (Translation to English are in bold for explanation purposes; they give only one of the senses of the Spanish word, which usually have multiple meanings.), ante {before}, bajo {under}, cabe {fits}, desde {from}, contra {against}, en {in}, por {by}, según {according to}, sin {without}, entre {between}, so {under}, con {with}, hacia {towards}, sobre {about}, hasta {until}, de {of}, tras {after}, para {for}. This tool will be used in a text analyzer (being built) that converts a text document to its corresponding ontology representation, with the goal of allowing another program to use the information to answer non trivial questions (**). © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
Páginas (desde-hasta)598-610
Número de páginas536
PublicaciónExpert Systems with Applications
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EstadoPublicada - 1 feb 2013

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Villanueva, Diana ; Cuevas-Rasgado, Alma Delia ; Juárez, Omar ; Guzmán-Arenas, Adolfo. / Using frames to disambiguate prepositions. En: Expert Systems with Applications. 2013 ; pp. 598-610.
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Resultado de la investigación: Contribución a una revistaArtículo

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