M-ATOLL is developed by the Semantic Computing Group at CITEC, Bielefeld University. It is a framework for the automatic lexicalization of ontologies in multiple languages. The results of M-ATOLL are published at DBlexipedia
Presently DBlexipedia provides English, German and Spanish lexicalizations for over 600 properties of the DBpedia ontology.
This repository contains two separated projects/folders.
- matoll, which contains the actual M-ATOLL project
- SentencePreprocessing, which is used to create the necessary input for MATOLL.
Examples for the input to both projects can be found on the projects README. Both projects are maven-based projects. Additionally to the main M-ATOLL approach, the MATOLL-API itself can be used without invoking the whole automatic approach.
lexica contains example lexica to test different functions of M-ATOLL.
Finally the folder
public contain results for our paper Automatic acquisition of adjective lexicalizations of restriction classes.
For further questions, or if you are interested in extending M-ATOLL to more languages, please contact the main developer Sebastian Walter.
In order to run matoll you need to have installed the jar of our lemon.api with
mvn install:install-file -Dfile=<path-to-jar> -DpomFile=<path-to-pom>
When citing M-ATOLL, please refer to the following paper:
Sebastian Walter, Christina Unger, Philipp Cimiano: M-ATOLL: A Framework for the Lexicalization of Ontologies in Multiple Languages. In: The Semantic Web – ISWC 2014. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 8796, pp 472-486. Springer, 2014. (Preprint PDF)
This project is published under the Apache 2.0 License