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Dictionaries for language processing. Readability and organization of information

Abstract : What makes a dictionary exploitable in Natural Language Processing (NLP)? We examine two requirements: readability of information and general architecture, and we focus on the human tasks involving NLP dictionaries: construction, update, check, correction. We exemplify our points with real cases from projects of morpho-syntactic or syntactic-semantic dictionaries.
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Eric Laporte. Dictionaries for language processing. Readability and organization of information. Laporte, Éric ; Smarsaro, Aucione ; Vale, Oto. Dialogar é preciso. Linguística para processamento de línguas, PPGEL/UFES, pp.119-132, 2013, 978-85-8087-104-3. ⟨hal-00804606v1⟩

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