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Publication . Conference object . 2009

KAF: a generic semantic annotation format

Bosma, W. E.; Piek Vossen; Soroa, A.; Rigau, G.; Tesconi, M.; Marchetti, A.; Monachini, M.; +1 Authors

We present KAF, the KYOTO Annotation Format. KAF is a layered and extendible linguistic annotation format that is specifically developed to arrive at semantic interoperability. KAF is used in seven languages in several applications throughout the KYOTO (Knowledge Yielding Ontologies for Transition-based Organization) project. The goal of these applications is to derive semantic data from linguistically processed text. Separate annotation layers are defined for each annotation process but these can be combined to arrive at a higher level of semantic representation. This paper gives an outline of KAF and a description of how it is applied in the KYOTO project.


I.2.7 Natural Language Processing, Natural language processing, Semantic annotation, Text mining, Standard Formats

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