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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Motivated by the desire to solve the problem of automatically identifying Chinese idioms for English idioms and English description, we have tested the hypothesis that conceptual models for the language patterns can formalize the Chinese idioms domain knowledge by means of OWL DL ontology’s. Moreover, we have represented the domain knowledge including encoding frequently used Chinese idioms and distinguishing synonyms of Chinese idioms. According to ontology’s' standards, we have evaluated the novel OWL DL ontology's Tbox. In addition, we encourage that the users coin new English idioms so as to benefit the bilingual learners and researchers more by using the method of ontology’s .

Keywords :

: TBox; OWL; Chinese idioms; conceptual model; ontology

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