Creating a multilingual terminological resource using linked data:the case of archaeological domain in the Italian language
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Speranza, Giulia, Carlino, Carola, & Ahmadi, Sina. (2019). Creating a multilingual terminological resource using linked data:the case of archaeological domain in the Italian language. Paper presented at the Sixth Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics (CLiC-it) Bari, Italy, 13-15 November.
The lack of multilingual terminological resources in specialized domains constitutes an obstacle to the access and reuse of information. In the technical domain of cultural heritage and, in particular, archaeology, such an obstacle still exists for Italian language. This paper presents an effort to fill this gap by collecting linguistic data using existing Collaboratively-Constructed Resources and those on the Web of linked data. The collected data are then used to linguistically enrich the ICCD Archaeological Finds Thesaurus– a monolingual Italian thesaurus. Our terminological resource contains 446 terms with translations in four languages and is publicly available in the Resource Description Framework (RDF) in the Ontolex-Lemon model.