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Design and implementation of nouns in OriNet: based on the semantic word concept

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Human Language Technologies as a challenge for Computer Science and Linguistics (2; 21-23.04.2005; Poznań, Poland)
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OriNet (WordNet for Oriya language) is an on-line lexical database in which Oriya nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and indeclinable have been organized through semantic relations such as synonym, antonym, hypernym, hyponymy, meronym, holonym and entailment. The semantic relations of noun concept in OriNet have been organized as per the explanation of WordNet and Indian logic. Besides, some other relative information such as "English meaning", "definition", "examples", "syntactic category", "morphology" etc., have been provided in each noun concept. The organization is informative and relational, which involves the above semantic relations that any information regarding a noun concept can be obtained. The system is designed on the basis of file management system having user-friendly browser.
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  • 1RC-ILTS-Oriya, Department of Comp. Sc. and Application, Utkal University, India
  • 1RC-ILTS-Oriya, Department of Comp. Sc. and Application, Utkal University, India
  • 1RC-ILTS-Oriya, Department of Comp. Sc. and Application, Utkal University, India
  • 2 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, I.T.E.R., India
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