Sense Alignment of Wiktionary and WordNet
Christian M. Meyer and Iryna Gurevych:
What Psycholinguists Know About Chemistry: Aligning Wiktionary and WordNet for Increased Domain Coverage, in: Proceedings of the 5th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (IJCNLP), pp. 883-892, November 2011. Chiang Mai, Thailand.
- Full alignment of Wiktionary and WordNet (v1.2, 2012-10-01, .zip, 1.5MB)
- Classification results (v1.2, 2012-10-01, .zip, 4.4MB)
- Corresponding Wiktionary data (v1.2, 2012-10-01, .zip, 9.1MB)
- Evaluation dataset (2011-08-31, .txt, 97KB)
- Annotation guidebook (2011-08-31, .pdf, 194KB)
Please have a look at the readme file for further explanations of these files.
Michael Matuschek and Iryna Gurevych:
High Performance Word Sense Alignment by Joint Modeling of Sense Distance and Gloss Similarity, in: Proceedings of the the 25th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2014), pp. 245-256, August 2014, Dublin, Ireland.
- Full alignment WordNet and Wiktionary (v2.0, 2014-10-14, .tsv, 1.5 MB)
This alignment was created based on the same gold standard as above, but using a Machine Learning approach combining Dijkstra-WSA distances and gloss similarities.