The Lexicon Model for Ontologies (Lemon)
Lemon is a proposed model for modeling lexicon and machine-readable dictionaries and linked to the Semantic Web and the Linked Data cloud. It was designed to meet the following challenges. Homepage: https://lemon-model.net
This is the Syntactic Frames module of the Lemon collection of lexicographic vocabularies.
Use this vocabulary to describe syntactic frames for categories of words.
For example, transitive verbs (“to own”) require a syntactic subject and a syntactic object, relational nouns (“mother of”) require a prepositional object, adjectives require a noun to modify.
This is the Linguistic Metadata vocabulary of the Lemon collection of lexicographic vocabularies. It can be used to describe metadata for lexicographic datasets. This vocabulary should be used in combination with generic metadata vocabularies such as Dublin Core, PROV, DCAT, and VoID.
Lime distinguishes three main metadata entities:
- the reference dataset (describing the semantics of the domain, e.g., the ontology), 2.the lexicon (being a collection of lexical entries),
- the concept set (an optional set of lexical concepts, bearing a conceptual backbone to a lexicon).
This is the lexicography module of the Lexicon Model for Ontologies (lemon). It is a result of the work of the Ontology Lexicon community group (OntoLex). The module is targeted at the representation of dictionaries and any other linguistic resource containing lexicographic data, and addresses structures and annotations commonly found in lexicography. This module operates in combination with the lemon core module, referred to as OntoLex.
Lemon: The lexicon model for ontologies is designed to allow for descriptions of lexical information regarding ontological elements and other RDF resources. Lemon covers mapping of lexical decomposition, phrase structure, syntax, variation, morphology, and lexicon-ontology mapping.