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A linguistic ontology for the Semantic Web Scott Farrar and D. Terence Langendoen (2003) "A linguistic ontology for the Semantic Web." GLOT International. 7 (3), pp.97-100.
An Ontology for Linguistic Annotation This paper discusses some of the design criteria for a linguistic ontology that can be used to support multilingual and crosslinguistic searches and q more...
The LEGO Project This presentation describes the LEGO project and its relationship with GOLD.
The Role of Conceptual and Linguistic Ontologies in Discourse a clear division between two sources of information-one oriented to world knowledge, the other to linguistic semantics—offers a framework within wh more...
The GOLD Community of Practice The GOLD Community of Practice is proposed as a model for linking on-line linguistic data to an ontology. The key components of the model include the  more...
Building a Knowledge Base of Morphosyntactic Terminology The central feature of our proposed environment is an ontology of morphosyntactic terms with multiple inheritance and a variety of relations holding  more...
Efficient Morphological Parsing with a Weighted Finite State Transducer This article describes a highly optimized algorithm and implementation of a deterministic weighted finite state transducer for morphological analysis more...
Markup and the GOLD Ontology The EMELD project is committed to providing recommendations to the endangered languages community for the markup of electronically encoded and archive more...
An OWL-DL Implementation of GOLD An OWL-DL implementation of the General Ontology for Linguistic Description (GOLD) is presented with relevant examples of axioms given throughout. As  more...
An Ontological Account of Linguistics: Extending SUMO with GOLD This paper details a General Ontology for Linguistic Description (GOLD), an effort to establish a common domain model for linguistics. GOLD extends th more...
A Common Ontology for Linguistic Concepts As part of a project called Electronic Metastructure for Endangered Languages Data (EMELD), we have developed an ontology of concepts that encompasses more...