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Bridging NLP and LLOD: Humanities Approaches to Semantic Change

Armaselu, Florentina;

Bridging NLP and LLOD: Humanities Approaches to Semantic Change

Abstract

Natural language processing (NLP) for detecting lexical semantic change and linguistic linked open data (LLOD) are two areas of research that have shown promising results in the latest years. However, their potential of being considered together for analysing and representing semantic change from a humanistic perspective needs further study and development. The talk will present an overview of theoretical aspects, NLP techniques and LLOD formalisms intended to this purpose, and will focus on a project developed as a humanities use case within the COST Action “Nexus Linguarum - European network for Web-centred linguistic data science.” The discussion will include preliminary thoughts on the conception of a system that combines dictionary information with corpus evidence, and provides multilingual diachronic ontologies for humanities research.

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Luxembourg
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linguistic linked open data, natural language processing, semantic change, : Languages & linguistics [A05] [Arts & humanities], : Langues & linguistique [A05] [Arts & sciences humaines]

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