lemonUby Modelling

Basic Lexicography

lemonUby is based on the lemon model as proposed in the Monnet project. As such lemonUby has the following main elements used in the modelling

In addition, synsets are considered the ontological reference and are modelled as SKOS Concepts, as such a basic example of a synset is as follows:

<lemon:LexicalEntry rdf:about="WN_LexicalEntry_397">
    <lemon:Form rdf:about="WN_LexicalEntry_397#CanonicalForm">
      <lemon:writtenRep xml:lang="eng">cat</lemon:writtenRep>
  <lemon:sense rdf:resource="WN_Sense_573"/>
  <lemon:sense rdf:resource="WN_Sense_574"/>
  <lemon:sense rdf:resource="WN_Sense_575"/>
  <lemon:sense rdf:resource="WN_Sense_576"/>
  <lemon:sense rdf:resource="WN_Sense_577"/>
  <lemon:sense rdf:resource="WN_Sense_578"/>
  <lemon:sense rdf:resource="WN_Sense_579"/>
<lemon:LexicalSense rdf:about="WN_Sense_573">
  <lemon:reference rdf:resource="WN_Synset_16108"/>
<skos:Concept rdf:about="WN_Synset_16108">
  <rdfs:comment xml:lang="eng">A whip with nine knotted cords</rdfs:comment>

Further Examples

Much of the modelling is based on LMF, in particular the UBY-LMF and the Lexical Markup Framework in general. We also recommend that you consult the cookbook and in particular the LMF-lemon mapping given in the appendix.

lemonUby Specific modelling