eXtended WordNet Domains (XWND) (Gonzalez-Agirre et al. 2012a, 2012b) is an ongoing work aiming to automatically improve WordNet Domains. First, the original domain labels aligned to WordNet 1.6 have been projected to WordNet 3.0 using the automatic mappings across WordNet versions. Since the automatic mapping is not complete (there are new synsets, changes in the structure, etc.), many synsets have been left unlabeled. Thus, we carried out a simple inheritance process through the nominal and verbal hierarchies. Finally, we applied UKB to propagate the domain information through the WordNet structure. We compared the quality of both resources (the original labelling and the new one) in a common Word Sense Disambiguation task. The results show that the new labelling clearly outperform the original one by a large margin.
For further information about the XWND please check this README
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Gonzalez-Agirre A., Castillo M. and Rigau G. A graph-based method to improve WordNet Domains. Proceedings of 13th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics (CICLING'12). New Delhi, India. 2012.
Gonzalez-Agirre A., Castillo M. and Rigau G. A proposal for improving WordNet Domains. 8th international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'12). Istambul, Turkey. 2012.