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KONTRAST : création d'un glossaire contrastif à partir d'un corpus de normes internationales

Abstract : The work discussed in this paper was commissioned by the French National Research Agency (ANR). The NOTSEG project studies standardization and global security. It aims to identify influence factors at play during the drafting phase of national and international standards. In this paper we present KONTRAST, an ontological contrastive glossary created using a corpus of 18 standards relating to business continuity. The approach used to create KONTRAST was shaped by the semantic and interpretative issues we encountered during the construction process, most notably the difference between terminology and ontology. After a brief discussion of previous and related works, we present the unique characteristics of terminology in the context of process standardization. We then describe the knowledge representation model upon which our glossary is built using RDF, OWL and SKOS. We then present the series of techniques used to create the contrastive glossary. Finally we present a use case study illustrating how this new ontological and terminological resource can be leveraged to detect influence.
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Martin Lafréchoux, Brigitte Juanals, Jean-Luc Minel. KONTRAST : création d'un glossaire contrastif à partir d'un corpus de normes internationales. Université de Liège. JADT 2012, Jun 2012, Liège, Belgique. pp.563-575, 2012. ⟨halshs-00709145⟩

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