A giant hub of linguistic linked open resources.
Framester is a hub between FrameNet, WordNet, VerbNet, BabelNet, DBpedia, Yago, DOLCE-Zero, as well as other resources. Framester does not simply creates a strongly connected knowledge graph, but also applies a rigorous formal treatment for Fillmore's frame semantics, enabling full-fledged OWL querying and reasoning on the created joint frame-based knowledge graph.
Word Frame Disambiguation (WFD) is an application of built on top of Framester. It performs frame detection on text based on Framester mappings across FrameNet, BabelNet and WordNet. It gives the user an option to choose from two Word Sense Disambiguation (WSD) algorithms (UKB and Babelfy). WFD can be used as an RESTful API, or through an interactive visualization (using D3js) of the sentence annotated with Framester frames along with Frame expansion based on Frame Relations such as inheritance, causative relation etc. It also provides the mappings of the evoked frames to other resources such as DBpedia, DOLCE-Zero classes, DepecheMood, DeepKnowNet.
TakeFive performs dependency parsing, identifies the words that evoke lexical frames, locates the roles and fillers for each frame, runs coercion techniques, and formalises the results as a knowledge graph. This formal representation complies with the frame semantics used in Framester.