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 frequency ('Semrel-Targets').
- 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.
The resource is freely available for education, research and other
purposes. See here
on how to obtain the data.
Silke Scheible, Sabine Schulte im Walde
Designing a Database of GermaNet-based Semantic Relation Pairs involving Coherent Mini-Networks [pdf/bib]
In: Proceedings of the LREC Workshop Semantic Relations II: Enhancing Resources and Applications. Istanbul, Turkey, May 2012.