Submissions:Lexico Syntactic ODP corresponding to SubclassOf relation ODP

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Name Lexico Syntactic ODPs corresponding to SubclassOf relation ODP
Language English
Also known as LSP-SC-EN
Intent Recurrent expressions in English to state the relation holding between a class and its sublclasses
Solution description The set of Lexico-Syntactic ODPs included here have a direct correspondence to the Logical ODP for modelling "SubclassOf relation", described in the Technical report D5.1.1, NeOn project Deliverable (see Web Reference below).
Description of the correspondence relation between the LSPs and the ODPs one LSP to one ODP
Related ODP(s)
Web reference
Author(s) Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Guadalupe Aguado de Cea, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, Asunción Gómez-Pérez
Submitted by Elena Montiel-Ponsoda


The Lexico Syntactic ODP corresponding to SubclassOf relation ODP Lexico-Syntactic ODP includes the following cases (see also abbreviations and symbols used in LSP Formalization):

NL Formulation

  • An orphan drug is a type of drug.
  • Odometry, speedometry and GPS are types of sensors.

LSP Formalization

[(NP<subclass>,)* and] NP<subclass> be [CN-CATV] NP<superclass>

Reusable JAPE code: SC_1_2.jape

1 page

NL Formulation

  • Prefixes and suffixes are classified as affixes.

LSP Formalization

[(NP<subclass>,)* and] NP<subclass> classify as NP<superclass>

Reusable JAPE code: SC_3.jape

2 page

NL Formulation

  • Thyroid medicines belong to the general group of hormone medicines.
  • Starfish fall into the class Asteroidea.

LSP Formalization

[(NP<subclass>,)* and] NP<subclass> (belong to)\(fall into) CN-CATV NP<superclass>

Reusable JAPE code: SC_3.jape

3 page

NL Formulation

  • There are several kinds of memory: fast, expensive, short term memory, and long-term memory.

LSP Formalization

There are QUAN CN-CATV NP<superclass> PARA [(NP<subclass>,)* and] NP<subclass>

Reusable JAPE code: SC_4.jape

4 page

NL Formulation

  • Some examples of peripherals are keyboards, mice, monitors, printers, scanners, disk and tape drives, microphones, speakers, joysticks, plotters and cameras.
  • Types of criteria for assessing applications are: quality, safety and efficacy.

LSP Formalization

[A(n)/QUAN] example of/CN-CATV NP<superclass> be/include [PARA] [(NP<subclass>,)* and] NP<subclass>

Reusable JAPE code: SC_5.jape

5 page

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