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LexO, a collaborative editor of multilingual lexica and termino-ontological resources. It is based on the lemon model, and aims at supporting lexicographers and terminologists in their work.
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The AraMorph's original engine (https://sourceforge.net/projects/aramorph/files/aramorph/1.2.1) uses six linguistic files. Three Arabic-English lexicon files: prefixes (299 entries), suffixes (618 entries), and stems (82158 ...
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This is an LMF Lexical Merger web-service for the automatic merging of Lexical Entries from two distinct LMF lexicons. The web-service takes two LMF lexicons, A and B, and a set of directives in input and outputs one or ...
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Il Lessico Italiano dei Sentimenti è stato sviluppato in modo semi-automatico da ItalWordNet v.2 partendo da una lista di 1.000 parole-chiave controllate manualmente. Contiene 24.293 entrate lessicali annotate con polarità ...
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Ancient Greek WordNet is a lexico-semantic resource mapped on Princeton WordNet 3.0. The synsets provided by the current version 0.5 are filtered through Minozzi's Latin WordNet synset IDs. Open Ancient Greek WordNet ...
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PAROLE-SIMPLE-CLIPS is a four-level general purpose lexicon that has been elaborated over three different projects. The kernel of the morphological and syntactic lexicons was built in the framework of the European project ...
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