In this paper we present the Generalized Upper Model Knowledge Base (GUM), an ontology which has been developed for Natural Language Processing applications. The GUM knowledge base has been used in several projects, including multilingual generation projects and information retrieval projects, supporting different knowledge domains. The motivations for this ‘linguistically motivate’ ontology are proving themselves to offer reusability across domains, tasks, and languages as well as the possibility of large scaling-up. We will describe both the general principles underlying the organization of the knowledge base and the architecture supporting its use

The Generalized Upper Model Knowledge Base: Organization and Use

Magnini, Bernardo;
1995

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In this paper we present the Generalized Upper Model Knowledge Base (GUM), an ontology which has been developed for Natural Language Processing applications. The GUM knowledge base has been used in several projects, including multilingual generation projects and information retrieval projects, supporting different knowledge domains. The motivations for this ‘linguistically motivate’ ontology are proving themselves to offer reusability across domains, tasks, and languages as well as the possibility of large scaling-up. We will describe both the general principles underlying the organization of the knowledge base and the architecture supporting its use
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