The Ontologies of Linguistic Annotations (OLiA) provide an OWL/DL taxonomy of data categories as a reference for linguistic annotation (OLiA Reference Model), plus OWL/DL models for a large number of annotation schemes (OLiA Annotation Models) and their relationship to reference data categories (OLiA Linking Models). The OLiA Reference Model itself is linked to community-maintained repositories such as GOLD (http://linguistics-ontology.org/) and ISOcat (http://www.isocat.org)
The OLiA ontologies were originally developed as part of an infrastructure for the sustainable maintenance of linguistic resources (http://www.sfb441.uni-tuebingen.de/c2/index-engl.html), their fields of application include the formalization of annotation schemes, concept-based querying over heterogeneously annotated corpora, and the development of interoperable NLP pipelines.
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Ontologies of Linguistic Annotations (OLiA). Christian Chiarcos.
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