Pages: 512-518 Published: 24 Oct 2014
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Abstract: From a general perspective, models of reality defined using a formal language are known as formal ontologies. These general-purpose models can also be used in specific fields of application. As they are very big by nature, ontologies are prone to errors and omissions if they are formed manually. Furthermore, it might be difficult to adapt an ontology formed in this way to a particular field of application. This paper presents a formal ontology developed and integrated into the FrameNet technology via concept lattices which in turn provide us with a semantic analysis of sentences.