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The lexical entities present in the texts are described and thoroughly investigated in order to produce a multilingual (Venetic, Oscan, Faliscan, and Celtic) computational lexicon. The project investigated the specific requirements for the design of an efficient computational lexical model specifically dedicated to languages of fragmentary attestation. We adopt Semantic Web standards and vocabularies for providing a structured and formal representation of the lexical items and their related information as well as for allowing for a sophisticated semantic access to the corpus of inscriptions. The challenges to be faced in lexical modeling are numerous, since we are dealing with Restsprachen, and they range from lemmatisation issues to sense representation, given that often meanings can be reconstructed only partially and hypothetically.


References and Resources:

- Bellandi, Andrea. 2022. «Le Risorse Linguistiche nell’era del Web Semantico. Un insieme di servizi informatici per la gestione di lessici e terminologie». AIDAinformazioni: Rivista di Scienze dell’Informazione 1–2.

- Bellandi, Andrea, Fahad Khan, Monica Monachini, e Valeria Quochi. 2022. «A LexO-server use case: Languages and Cultures of Ancient Italy». In , 16–17. Vilnius: Mykolas Romeris University.

- Quochi, Valeria, Andrea Bellandi, Fahad Khan, Michele Mallia, Francesca Murano, Silvia Piccini, Luca Rigobianco, Alessandro Tommasi, e Cesare Zavattari. 2022. «From Inscriptions to Lexicon and Back: A Platform for Editing and Linking the Languages of Ancient Italy». In LREC 2022 Workshop Language Resources and Evaluation Conference. Second Workshop on Language Technologies for Historical and Ancient Languages (LT4HALA 2022). Proceedings, 59–67. Marseille: European Language Resources Association.

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