Thank you for the hyperlinks to the pertinent projects.
I’m thinking that machine lexicon services could include URL-addressible: (1) headwords
and lemmas, (2) conjugations and declensions, and (3) specific senses or definitions. Each
conjugation or declension could have its own URL-addressable definitions.
Machine-utilizable definitions are envisioned as existing in a number of
machine-utilizable knowledge representation formats.
In addition to Web-based user interfaces for content editing, machine lexicons could
support bulk API’s including those based on XML-RPC and SPARUL. With regard to the use of
SPARQL and SPARUL, there may already exist a suitable ontology. Some lexical ontologies
include: Lemon (https://www.w3.org/2016/05/ontolex/
), LexInfo (http://www.lexinfo.net/
), and Senso Comune
). It should be possible to extend existing ontologies to
include machine-utilizable definitions in a number of knowledge representation formats.
I’m thinking about topics in knowledge representation with regard to the formal semantics
of nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions and conjunctions and about
how automated reasoners could make use of machine-utilizable definitions to obtain and
compare semantic interpretations as software systems parse natural language.