Access to any linguistic resource (LR) may be obtained through implementation of a proper wrapper, called Linguistic Interface, which is described by the abstract classes and interfaces contained in the LinguisticWatermark package.
Currently, two Linguistic Interfaces, being related to freely available linguistic resources, have been made available on this site.
Information on how to build linguistic interfaces may be found here (not yet available)
To get all the stuff working, you need to get:
so, it is important that you carefully follow the available documentation and the installation instructions
You can view screenshots in the User Manual
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note on installation for versions of Protege 3.2 and above:
Protégé 3.2 (not the beta!) and 3.2.1 use Jena version 2.4, which is not compatible with the library for automatic linguistic enrichment bundled with OntoLing 3.0beta.
in order to have the Automatic Linguistic Enrichment feature of OntoLing work with these versions of Protégé:
Get a look here to check which Linguistic Interfaces are available for OntoLing. You don't need to download the linguistic interfaces, they are already packed with OntoLing distributions, but you may want to learn how to configure each specific interface for loading its associated linguistic resource(s).
Prior versions of Ontoling can be found here
Author: Armando Stellato
Current contact: Armando Stellato (http://art.uniroma2.it/stellato)
Institution: AI Research Group, Dept. of Computer Science, Systems and Production, University of Roma, Tor Vergata
The OntoLing tab is under active development. Please send questions and comments to Armando Stellato or to the Protégé mailing list, writing "[OntoLing]:" at the beginning of the subject. Here is a TODO list of the next features to be implemented.
The following list of heroes contributed to the OntoLing project.