GermaNet-based Semantic Relation Pairs involving Coherent Mini-Networks
We compiled a large-scale dataset containing German concept pairs related via paradigmatic semantic relations. The dataset is based on GermaNet and consists of two parts:
- A representative selection of lexical units drawn from the three
major word classes adjectives, nouns, and verbs, which are
balanced according to semantic category, polysemy, and type
- A set of semantically coherent GermaNet subnets consisting of semantic relations pairs clustering around the selected targets ("Semrel-Nets").
The database contains 99 Semrel-Targets for each of the three word classes, and a total of 1,623 relation pairs distributed across the respective subnets.
on how to obtain the data.
Silke Scheible, Sabine Schulte im Walde (2012)
Designing a Database of GermaNet-based Semantic Relation Pairs involving Coherent Mini-Networks
In: Proceedings of the LREC Workshop Semantic Relations II: Enhancing Resources and Applications. Istanbul, Turkey.