THE COMPUTERIZED SEMANTIC ANALYSIS STUDY WITH REALITY MODELS CREATED VIA SUMO ONTOLOGY


FIRAT Y.

Conference on Engineering Technologies (ICENTE'17) Proceedings, Konya, Turkey, 7 - 09 December 2017, pp.55-60

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • City: Konya
  • Country: Turkey
  • Page Numbers: pp.55-60

Abstract

Both natural language processing and computational linguistic studies which have been realized in recent years consist of understanding the formal structure and content of the human mind. The most general models created by the human mind are ontologies. Due to their size, ontologies carry potentials in making errors and omissions. Therefore, they should be prepared in computer environment. This requires them to be formal. Attempts are made to reach the real implications of the concepts by means of these models of reality which are prepared by using a formal language together with lexical resources. Thus, the relationship between ontology which expresses the mind structure of human beings and language is also provided. Sumo is one of the ontologies created for this purpose. In this study,  the reality models created by thematic role lattices in computer media via the Sumo ontology have been included. In addition, it has been aimed that these reality models which have been created should contribute to the semantic analysis of Turkish.

Keywords - Formal Ontology, Sumo, Tematik Roles, Concept Latices, Formal Concept Analysis.