Following the line of WordFrameNet, the Predicate Matrix is a new lexical resource resulting from the integration of multiple sources of predicate information including FrameNet, VerbNet, PropBank, WordNet and ESO.
We start from the basis of SemLink. However, SemLink coverage is still far from complete. We apply a variety of automatic methods to extend its current coverage. Moreover, by using the Predicate Matrix, we expect to provide a more robust interoperable lexicon by discovering and solving inherent inconsistencies among the resources. We also plan to enrich WordNet with predicate information, and possibly to extend predicate information to languages other than English by exploiting the local wordnets integrated into the Multilingual Central Repository (MCR).
NEW! Predicate Matrix (version 1.3): [tar.gz]4
NEW! Predicate Matrix (version 1.2): [tar.gz]3
Predicate Matrix (version 1.1): [tar.gz]2
Predicate Matrix (version 1.0): [gz]1
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1López de Lacalle M., Laparra E. and Rigau G. First steps towards a Predicate Matrix. Proceedings of the 7th Global WordNet Conference (GWC 2014). Tartu, Estonia. 2014.
2López de Lacalle M., Laparra E. and Rigau G. Predicate Matrix: extending SemLink through WordNet mappings. Proceedings of the 9th international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2014). Reykjavik, Iceland. 2014.
3López de Lacalle M., Laparra E., Aldabe I. and Rigau G. Predicate Matrix. Automatically extending the semantic interoperability between predicate resources. Language Resources and Evaluation. Forthcoming.
4López de Lacalle M., Laparra E., Aldabe I. and Rigau G. A Multilingual Predicate Matrix. Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016). Portoroẑ, Slovenia. 2016.