Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing: by Ian C. Chow, Jonathan J. Webster (auth.), Alexander Gelbukh

By Ian C. Chow, Jonathan J. Webster (auth.), Alexander Gelbukh (eds.)

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CICLing 2007, LNCS 4394, pp. 35 – 49, 2007. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007 36 G. Grefenstette 1. the maturity of the linguistic processing tools mentioned above. 2. the continuing explosion of cheap computing power and storage possibilities 3. the arrival of the internet, bringing free access to enormous quantities of text Exploiting all three will allow us to see linguistics and language differently. In this paper, we present our first attempts to create a full description of a language, to conquer the language, in some sense, by extracting and treating as much of the presence of the language on the Web as possible.

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If the term does not belong to Wikipedia a specific page is shown. Another interesting characteristic is that Wikipedia is a multilingual encyclopedia. By using hypertexts links, an user can navigate from a page written in a langage to another one written in an other language (if the link exists). ). It should be noted that for languages other than English, the link towards the page in English generally exists but, the reverse is not always true ! 2 Definition Extraction in French Language Our first idea was based on the exploitation of both Wikipedia and French EuroWordNet in order to extract definitions.

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