UBY is a large-scale unified lexical-semantic resource for natural language processing (NLP) based on the ISO standard Lexical Markup Framework (LMF).
|Tags||Java NLP lexicon Natural Language Processing Lexical Markup Framework|
|Licenses||Apache 2.0 GPLv2|
Release Notes: Upgraded to uimaFIT 2.0.0 and DKPro Core 1.5.0. Extension of the uima module: an annotator that implements the SemanticTagProvider interface in DKPro Core based on UBY.
Release Notes: This release features a revision of the UBY API that provides access methods to a UBY database. The UBY version of Wiktionary (English and German) now contains pragmatic labels mined from Wiktionary (in the SemanticLabel class). The UBY version of Wikipedia (English and German) now contains translations mined from Wikipedia (in the Equivalent class).
Release Notes: This minor release is compatible with UBY 0.2.0 and includes some enhancements and bugfixes. To upgrade to hibernate 4, it gets rid of the hibernate patch used in previous versions. It makes these changes in the api-asl package: there's only one hibernate mapping (the access mapping), DBConfig no longer has the boolean parameter isAccess, and some bugs have been fixed in UBY-API. The next major release is planned for early summer 2013.
Release Notes: This is the initial release of the UBY-API (a Java API to the UBY database) and supplementary tools for the conversion of nine large-scale English and German lexical resources to the ISO Lexical Markup Framework.