|Title||Frame Detection over the Semantic Web|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2009|
|Authors||Coppola, B, Gangemi, A, Gliozzo, AM, Picca, D, Presutti, V|
|Conference Name||Proceedings of the 6th European Semantic Web Conference|
Research in ontology learning from text has been mainly focused on entity recognition, taxonomy induction and relation extraction. In this work we approach a more challenging research issue, consisting in detecting semantic frames from texts, and using them to encode web ontologies. We exploit a new generation frame detection system, which is able to identify FrameNet frames and their argument boundaries from text parsing. In addition, we enrich frames with the results provided by a super-sense tagger, which extracts and classiﬁes concepts and named entities from texts according to WordNet super-senses. The enrichment results include argument restrictions for the elements of a frame, and domain specializations, based on domain lexical unit detection for the target of a frame. The results are encoded according to the Lexical MetaModel, which allows a complete translation of lexical resources, keeps trace of the learning metadata, and enables custom transformations of enriched frames into modular ontology components, known as content ontology design patterns.