Lexical Markup Framework Ontology version 14

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Last update:

12 March 2010

Namespace URI:

http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#

Abstract

Specification of Lexical Markup Framework (ISO 24613 rev 14)

All terms at a glance

Classes: Affix | AffixAllomorph | AffixSlot | AffixTemplate | AttributeValuation | Component | Condition | ConstrainSet | Constraint | Context | Definition | DerivedForm | Equivalent | ExampleAxis | ExampleAxisRelation | Form | FormRepresentation | GlobalInformation | GrammaticalFeatures | LMFClass | Lemma | LexemProperty | LexicalEntry | LexicalResource | Lexicon | ListOfComponents | LogicalOperation | MWEEdge | MWELex | MWENode | MWEPattern | MonolingualExternalRef | MultilingualExternalRef | ParadigmPattern | PredicateRelation | PredicativeRepresentation | Process | ReferredRoot | RelatedForm | Representation | SemanticArgument | SemanticPredicate | Sense | SenseAxis | SenseAxisRelation | SenseExample | SenseRelation | SourceTest | Statement | StemOrRoot | StemRef | SubcategorizationFrame | SubcategorizationFrameSet | SubjectField | SynArgMap | SynSemArgMap | SynSemCorrespondence | Synset | SynsetRelation | SyntacticArgument | SyntacticBehaviour | TargetTest | TextRepresentation | TransferAxis | TransferAxisRelation | TransformCategory | TransformSet | WordForm | attVal | dataCategory | string


Properties: att | grammaticalCase | grammaticalGender | grammaticalGrade | grammaticalNumber | grammaticalPerson | grammaticalTense | hasArgumentRelation | hasComponent | hasFormRepresentation | hasLemma | hasLexicalEntry | hasLexicon | hasListOfComponents | hasPredicate | hasSemanticArgument | hasSense | hasSubcatFrame | hasSynSemArgMap | hasSynSemCorrespondence | hasSyntacticArgument | hasSyntacticBehaviour | hasWordForm | isAdorned | isAssociated | isPartOf | language | lexicalEntry | order | partOfSpeech | predicate | predicativeRepresentation | semArg | subcatFrame | synArg | synSemCorrespondence | synset | val | writtenForm

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Classes

Class: lmf:Affix

AffixAffix is a class representing an affix, that is a word form or morpheme that is qualified by a set of grammatical features and is required for analyzing or generating word forms. An Affix class manages one or more affix allomorphs through aggregate association with the Affix Allomorph class.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Affix
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:AffixAllomorph

AffixAllomorphAffix Allomorph is a generalization of the Form Representation class representing allomorphs of the canonical affix form in all scripts and representations. An Affix Allomorph is associated with Condition class instances that describe the phonological environment or other conditions (e.g. stem allomorph boundary) that resulted in the production of the allomorph.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#AffixAllomorph
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:AffixSlot

AffixSlotAffix Slot is a class referencing a set of affixes that attach to the same position relative to a stem through the Template Slot class. The set of affixes represents a subset of the affixes managed directly or indirectly by a Morphological Paradigm. An affix may be referenced by one or more Affix Slot class objects.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#AffixSlot
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:AffixTemplate

AffixTemplateAffix Template is a class managing a pattern of ordered affixes for inflectional, derivational, or agglutinative morphology indirectly through a Template Slot class. Affix Template attributes may describe the directionality of the affixes, the number of affixes in an ordered set, and any special conditions applicable to the affix pattern (e.g. optionality for specific slots).

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#AffixTemplate
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:AttributeValuation

AttributeValuationAttribute Valuation is a class representing a pair between an attribute name of an LMF class and a value of this particular attribute.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#AttributeValuation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Component

ComponentComponent is a class representing a reference to a lexical entry for each lexical component aggregated in a List Of Components class.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Component
Properties include:
lmf:order, lmf:lexicalEntry
Used with:
lmf:hasComponent
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Condition

ConditionCondition is a class representing the conditions that determine or constrain the usage of a Process or Affix Allomorph instance.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Condition
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:ConstrainSet

ConstrainSetConstraint Set is a class representing a group of constraints. Constraint Set class is associated to Lexicon class with a zero to many cardinality.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#ConstrainSet
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Constraint

ConstraintConstraint is a class representing one or several boolean expressions that must be respected in a given Lexicon instance.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Constraint
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Context

ContextThe Context class represents a text string that provides authentic context for the use of the word form managed by the Lemma. The Context class is in a zero to many aggregate association with the Sense class and may be associated with zero to many Text Representation classes which manage the representation of the translation equivalent in more than one script or orthography.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Context
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Definition

DefinitionDefinition is a class representing a narrative description of a sense. It is displayed for human users to facilitate their understanding of the meaning of a Lexical Entry and is not meant to be processable by computer programs. A Sense instance can have zero to many definitions. Each Definition instance may be associated with zero to many Text Representation instances in order to manage the text definition in more than one language or script. The narrative description can be expressed in a different language and/or script than the one of the Lexical Entry instance.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Definition
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:DerivedForm

DerivedForm

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#DerivedForm
Superclass:
lmf:RelatedForm

Class: lmf:Equivalent

EquivalentIn a bilingual MRD, the Equivalent class represents the translation equivalent of the word form managed by the Lemma class. The Equivalent class is in a zero to many aggregate association with the Sense class, which allows the lexicon developer to omit the Equivalent class from a monolingual dictionary.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Equivalent
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:ExampleAxis

ExampleAxis

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#ExampleAxis
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:ExampleAxisRelation

ExampleAxisRelation

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#ExampleAxisRelation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Form

FormForm class is an abstract class representing a lexeme, a morphological variant of a lexeme or a morph. The Form class manages one or more orthographical variants of the abstract Form as well as data categories that describe the attributes of the word form (e.g. lemma, pronunciation, syllabification). The Form class allows subclasses.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Form
Properties include:
lmf:grammaticalGender, lmf:grammaticalGrade, lmf:writtenForm, lmf:grammaticalTense, lmf:grammaticalPerson, lmf:grammaticalNumber, lmf:grammaticalCase
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass
Subclasses:
lmf:StemOrRoot, lmf:WordForm, lmf:RelatedForm, lmf:Lemma

Class: lmf:FormRepresentation

FormRepresentationForm Representation is a class representing one variant orthography of a Form. When there is more than one variant orthography, the Form Representation class contains a Unicode string representing the Form as well as, if needed, the unique attribute-value pairs that describe the specific language, script, and orthography.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#FormRepresentation
Used with:
lmf:hasFormRepresentation
Superclass:
lmf:Representation

Class: lmf:GlobalInformation

GlobalInformationGlobal Information is a class representing administrative information and other general attributes. There is an aggregation relationship between the Lexical Resource class and the Global Information class in that the latter describes the administrative information and general attributes of the entire resource. The Global Information class does not allow subclasses.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#GlobalInformation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:GrammaticalFeatures

GrammaticalFeaturesGrammatical Features is a class representing an unordered combination of grammatical features.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#GrammaticalFeatures
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Lemma

LemmaLemma is a Form subclass representing a word form chosen by convention to designate the Lexical Entry. The Lemma class is in a one to one aggregate association with the Lexical Entry that overrides the multiplicity inherited from the Form class. The lemma is usually equivalent to one of the inflected forms, the root or stem, or MWE, e.g. compound, idiomatic phrase. The convention for selecting the lemma can vary by language, language family, or editorial choice.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Lemma
Properties include:
lmf:hasFormRepresentation
Used with:
lmf:hasLemma
Superclass:
lmf:Form

Class: lmf:LexemProperty

LexemPropertyLexeme Property is a class representing the central node of the Subcategorization Frame and is the class that refers to the current Lexical Entry instance. A Lexeme Property instance connected to a Subcategorization Frame instance is shared by all the lexemes that have the same syntactic behaviour.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#LexemProperty
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:LexicalEntry

LexicalEntryLexical Entry is a class representing a lexeme in a given language. The Lexical Entry is a container for managing the Form and Sense classes. Therefore, the Lexical Entry manages the relationship between the forms and their related senses. A Lexical Entry instance can contain one to many different forms, and can have from zero to many different senses. The Lexical Entry class does not allow subclasses.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#LexicalEntry
Properties include:
lmf:partOfSpeech, lmf:hasLemma, lmf:hasSense, lmf:hasSyntacticBehaviour, lmf:hasListOfComponents, lmf:hasWordForm
Used with:
lmf:hasLexicalEntry, lmf:lexicalEntry
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:LexicalResource

LexicalResourceLexical Resource is a class representing the entire resource. Lexical Resource occurs once and only once. The Lexical Resource instance is a container for one or more lexicons.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#LexicalResource
Properties include:
lmf:hasLexicon
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Lexicon

LexiconLexicon is a class containing all the lexical entries of a given language within the entire resource. A Lexicon instance must contain at least one lexical entry. The Lexicon class does not allow subclasses.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Lexicon
Properties include:
lmf:language, lmf:hasSynSemCorrespondence, lmf:hasLexicalEntry, lmf:hasSubcatFrame, lmf:hasPredicate
Used with:
lmf:hasLexicon
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:ListOfComponents

ListOfComponentsList Of Components is a class representing the aggregative aspect of a multiword expression. The List Of Components class is in a zero or one aggregate relationship with the Lexical Entry class. Each List Of Components instance should have at least two components. The mechanism can also be applied recursively, that is a multiword expression may be comprised of components that are themselves multiword expressions. List Of Components class is used in Morphological Pattern and MWE Pattern packages.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#ListOfComponents
Properties include:
lmf:hasComponent
Used with:
lmf:hasListOfComponents
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:LogicalOperation

LogicalOperationLogical Operation is a class representing a boolean expression between Attribute Valuation instances and Constraint instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#LogicalOperation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:MWEEdge

MWEEdgeMWE Edge is a class representing a smaller element of information as the MWE Node class. A MWE Edge instance may itself be associated recursively to a MWE Node instance.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#MWEEdge
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:MWELex

MWELexMWE Lex is a class representing a reference to a lexical component. The objective of the whole package being to provide a generic representation of MWE combinations within a given language, the components are not referenced directly but on the contrary, they are referenced by their respective ordering as specified in the List Of Component instance.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#MWELex
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:MWENode

MWENodeMWE Node is a class representing the details about the structure of the MWE. A Combiner instance can be linked with zero to many MWE Edge instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#MWENode
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:MWEPattern

MWEPatternMWE Pattern is a class representing a certain type of lexical combination phenomena. A pattern always refers to the List Of Components instances of the Lexical Entry instance. MWE Pattern shall not to be used for a Lexical Entry instance that is not associated with a List Of Components instance. An MWE Pattern instance is described using MWE Node instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#MWEPattern
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:MonolingualExternalRef

MonolingualExternalRefMonolingual External Ref is a class representing the relationship between a Sense or a Synset instance and an external system.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#MonolingualExternalRef
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:MultilingualExternalRef

MultilingualExternalRefInterlingual External Ref is a class representing the relationship between a Sense Axis instance and an external system. ???

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#MultilingualExternalRef
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:ParadigmPattern

ParadigmPattern

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#ParadigmPattern
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:PredicateRelation

PredicateRelationPredicate Relation is a class representing the oriented relationship between instances of Semantic Predicate.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#PredicateRelation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:PredicativeRepresentation

PredicativeRepresentationPredicative Representation class is a class representing the link between the Sense and the Semantic Predicate classes.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#PredicativeRepresentation
Properties include:
lmf:synSemCorrespondence, lmf:predicate
Used with:
lmf:predicativeRepresentation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Process

ProcessProcess is a class representing the rules or linguistic operations applied to one word form, affix, or stem, or combination of word forms, affixes and stems. A Process instance can be subtyped, e.g. processType='phonologicalOperation' and is in ordered aggregation with the Transform Set class.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Process
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:ReferredRoot

ReferredRoot

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#ReferredRoot
Superclass:
lmf:RelatedForm

Class: lmf:RelatedForm

RelatedFormRelated Form is a Form subclass representing a word form or a morph that can be related to the Lexical Entry in one of a variety of ways (e.g. derivation, root). The Related Form can be typed. There is no assumption that the Related Form is associated with the Sense class in the Lexical Entry.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#RelatedForm
Superclass:
lmf:Form
Subclasses:
lmf:DerivedForm, lmf:ReferredRoot

Class: lmf:Representation

RepresentationRepresentation is an abstract class representing a Unicode string as well as, if needed, the unique attribute-value pairs that describe the specific language, script, and orthography. The Representation class allows subclasses.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Representation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass
Subclasses:
lmf:FormRepresentation, lmf:TextRepresentation

Class: lmf:SemanticArgument

SemanticArgumentSemantic Argument is a class representing an argument of a given Semantic Predicate. A Semantic Argument instance may be typed by means of a relation to one or many Synset instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SemanticArgument
Properties include:
lmf:hasArgumentRelation
Used with:
lmf:hasSemanticArgument, lmf:semArg
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SemanticPredicate

SemanticPredicateSemantic Predicate is a class representing an abstract meaning together with its association with the Semantic Argument class. A Semantic Predicate instance may be used to represent the common meaning between different senses that are not necessarily fully synonymous. These senses may be linked to Lexical Entry instances whose parts of speech are different. A Semantic Predicate instance may be typed by means of a relation to one or many Synset instances. A Semantic Predicate instance pertains to a given Lexicon instance. Example: In a Lexical Entry instance for to buy in the sense of "to get something by paying money for it", a Semantic Predicate instance might be defined with two semantic arguments: one for the person who buys and one for what is bought. Another Lexical Entry instance could be recorded for buyer and linked to the same predicate.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SemanticPredicate
Properties include:
lmf:hasSemanticArgument
Used with:
lmf:predicate, lmf:hasPredicate
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Sense

SenseSense is a class representing one meaning of a lexical entry. The Sense class allows subclasses. The Sense class allows for hierarchical senses in that a sense may be more specific than another sense of the same lexical entry.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Sense
Used with:
lmf:hasSense
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SenseAxis

SenseAxisSense Axis is a class representing the relationship between different closely related senses in different languages and implements approach based on the interlingual pivot. The purpose is to describe the translation of lexemes from one language to another. Optionally, a Sense Axis may refer to an external knowledge representation system where the appropriate equivalent can be found.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SenseAxis
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SenseAxisRelation

SenseAxisRelationSense Axis Relation is a class representing the relationship between two different Sense Axis instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SenseAxisRelation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SenseExample

SenseExampleSense Example is a class used to illustrate the particular meaning of a Sense instance. A Sense can have zero to many examples.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SenseExample
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SenseRelation

SenseRelationSense Relation is a class representing the oriented relationship between Senses instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SenseRelation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SourceTest

SourceTestSource Test is a class representing a condition that affects the translation with respect to the usage on the source language side.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SourceTest
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Statement

StatementStatement is a class representing a narrative description and refines or complements Definition. A Definition instance can have zero to many Statement instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Statement
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:StemOrRoot

StemOrRootStem is a Form subclass representing a morph. The aggregation association between a Lexical Entry and a Stem is ordered. So, Stem class manages the sub-lexeme parts.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#StemOrRoot
Superclass:
lmf:Form

Class: lmf:StemRef

StemRef

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#StemRef
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SubcategorizationFrame

SubcategorizationFrameSubcategorization Frame is a class representing one syntactic construction. A Subcategorization Frame instance is shared by all Lexical Entry instances that have the same syntactic behaviour in the same language. A Subcategorization Frame can inherit relationships and attributes from another more generic Subcategorization Frame by means of a reflexive link. Therefore, it is possible to integrate a hierarchical structure of Subcategorization Frame instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SubcategorizationFrame
Properties include:
lmf:hasSyntacticArgument
Used with:
lmf:subcatFrame, lmf:hasSubcatFrame
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SubcategorizationFrameSet

SubcategorizationFrameSetSubcategorization Frame Set is a class representing a set of syntactic constructions and possibly the relationship between these constructions. A Subcategorization Frame Set can inherit relationships and attributes from another more generic Subcategorization Frame Set by means of a reflexive link. Therefore, it is possible to integrate a hierarchical structure of Subcategorization Frame Set instances. A Subcategorization Frame Set groups various syntactic constructions that appear frequently for certain sets of lexemes. The objective is to factorize syntactic descriptions and to maintain a minimum of syntactic behaviour instances in the lexicon.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SubcategorizationFrameSet
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SubjectField

SubjectFieldSubject Field is a class representing a text string that provides domain or status information. Subject Field class is in a zero to many aggregate association with the Sense class. The Subject Field class allows for hierarchical senses in that a Subject Field instance may be more specific than another Subject Field instance of the same lexical entry.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SubjectField
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SynArgMap

SynArgMapThe SynArgMap is a class representing the relationship that maps various Syntactic Argument instances of the same Subcategorization Frame Set instance.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SynArgMap
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SynSemArgMap

SynSemArgMapSynSemArgMap is a class representing the links between a semantic argument and a syntactic argument.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SynSemArgMap
Properties include:
lmf:semArg
Used with:
lmf:hasSynSemArgMap
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SynSemCorrespondence

SynSemCorrespondenceSynSemCorrespondence is a class representing a set of SynSemArgMap instances for a given Subcategorization Frame instance.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SynSemCorrespondence
Properties include:
lmf:hasSynSemArgMap, lmf:synArg
Used with:
lmf:hasSynSemCorrespondence, lmf:synSemCorrespondence
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:Synset

SynsetSynset is a class representing the set of shared meanings within the same language. Synset links synonyms forming a synonym set. A Synset instance can link senses of different Lexical Entry instances with the same part of speech.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#Synset
Used with:
lmf:synset
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SynsetRelation

SynsetRelationSynset Relation is a class representing the oriented relationship between Synset instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SynsetRelation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SyntacticArgument

SyntacticArgumentSyntactic Argument is a class representing an argument of a given Subcategorization Frame. A Syntactic Argument can be linked recursively to a Subcategorization Frame instance in order to describe deeply complex arguments. Syntactic Argument allows the connection with a semantic argument by means of a SynSemArgMap instance.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SyntacticArgument
Used with:
lmf:hasSyntacticArgument, lmf:synArg
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:SyntacticBehaviour

SyntacticBehaviourSyntactic Behaviour is a class representing one of the possible behaviours of a lexeme. The Syntactic Behaviour instance is attached to the Lexical Entry instance and optionally to the Sense instance. The presence in a given lexicon of one Syntactic Behaviour instance for a lexical entry means that this lexeme can have this behaviour in the language of the lexicon. Syntactic description is optional, so it is possible to describe morphology and semantics without any syntactic description. Lexical Entry, Syntactic Behaviour and Sense instances form a triangle representing Morphology, Syntax and Semantics. Detailed description of the syntactic behaviour of a lexical entry is defined by the Subcategorization Frame instance.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#SyntacticBehaviour
Properties include:
lmf:subcatFrame, lmf:predicativeRepresentation
Used with:
lmf:hasSyntacticBehaviour
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:TargetTest

TargetTestTarget Test is a class representing a condition that affects the translation with respect to the usage on the target language side.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#TargetTest
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:TextRepresentation

TextRepresentationText Representation is a class representing one textual content of Definition or Statement. When there is more than one variant orthography, the Text Representation class contains a Unicode string representing the textual content as well as the unique attribute-value pairs that describe the specific language, script, and orthography.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#TextRepresentation
Superclass:
lmf:Representation

Class: lmf:TransferAxis

TransferAxisTransfer Axis is a class representing multilingual transfer. A Transfer Axis instance links several Syntactic Behaviour instances pertaining to different languages.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#TransferAxis
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:TransferAxisRelation

TransferAxisRelationTransfer Axis Relation is a class representing the relationship between two Transfer Axis instances.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#TransferAxisRelation
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:TransformCategory

TransformCategoryTransform Category is a class representing attributes that constrain or describe sets of features needed to manage morphological change.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#TransformCategory
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:TransformSet

TransformSetTransform Set is a class representing the association between Process class and Grammatical Features class that further defines the scope or range of the managed pattern. Transform Set is in a zero to many aggregation with the Morphological Pattern.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#TransformSet
Superclass:
lmf:LMFClass

Class: lmf:WordForm

WordFormWord Form is a Form subclass representing a form that a lexeme can take when used in a sentence or a phrase. So, Word Form class can manage simple lexemes, compounds and multi-word expressions.

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#WordForm
Used with:
lmf:hasWordForm
Superclass:
lmf:Form

Class: lmf:attVal

attVal

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#attVal
Properties include:
lmf:att, lmf:val
Used with:
lmf:isAdorned

Class: lmf:dataCategory

dataCategory

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#dataCategory
Used with:
lmf:att

Class: lmf:string

string

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#string

Properties

Property: lmf:att

att

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#att
Domain:
lmf:attVal
Range:
lmf:dataCategory

Property: lmf:grammaticalCase

grammaticalCase

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#grammaticalCase
Domain:
lmf:Form
Range:
xsd:string

Property: lmf:grammaticalGender

grammaticalGender

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#grammaticalGender
Domain:
lmf:Form
Range:
xsd:string

Property: lmf:grammaticalGrade

grammaticalGrade

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#grammaticalGrade
Domain:
lmf:Form
Range:
xsd:string

Property: lmf:grammaticalNumber

grammaticalNumber

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#grammaticalNumber
Domain:
lmf:Form
Range:
xsd:string

Property: lmf:grammaticalPerson

grammaticalPerson

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#grammaticalPerson
Domain:
lmf:Form
Range:
xsd:int

Property: lmf:grammaticalTense

grammaticalTense

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#grammaticalTense
Domain:
lmf:Form
Range:
xsd:string

Property: lmf:hasArgumentRelation

hasArgumentRelation

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasArgumentRelation
Domain:
lmf:SemanticArgument
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasComponent

hasComponent

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasComponent
Domain:
lmf:ListOfComponents
Range:
lmf:Component
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasFormRepresentation

hasFormRepresentation

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasFormRepresentation
Domain:
lmf:Lemma
Range:
lmf:FormRepresentation
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasLemma

hasLemma

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasLemma
Domain:
lmf:LexicalEntry
Range:
lmf:Lemma
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasLexicalEntry

hasLexicalEntry

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasLexicalEntry
Domain:
lmf:Lexicon
Range:
lmf:LexicalEntry
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasLexicon

hasLexicon

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasLexicon
Domain:
lmf:LexicalResource
Range:
lmf:Lexicon
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasListOfComponents

hasListOfComponents

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasListOfComponents
Domain:
lmf:LexicalEntry
Range:
lmf:ListOfComponents
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasPredicate

hasPredicate

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasPredicate
Domain:
lmf:Lexicon
Range:
lmf:SemanticPredicate
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasSemanticArgument

hasSemanticArgument

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasSemanticArgument
Domain:
lmf:SemanticPredicate
Range:
lmf:SemanticArgument
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasSense

hasSense

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasSense
Domain:
lmf:LexicalEntry
Range:
lmf:Sense
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasSubcatFrame

hasSubcatFrame

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasSubcatFrame
Domain:
lmf:Lexicon
Range:
lmf:SubcategorizationFrame
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasSynSemArgMap

hasSynSemArgMap

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasSynSemArgMap
Domain:
lmf:SynSemCorrespondence
Range:
lmf:SynSemArgMap
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasSynSemCorrespondence

hasSynSemCorrespondence

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasSynSemCorrespondence
Domain:
lmf:Lexicon
Range:
lmf:SynSemCorrespondence
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasSyntacticArgument

hasSyntacticArgument

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasSyntacticArgument
Domain:
lmf:SubcategorizationFrame
Range:
lmf:SyntacticArgument
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasSyntacticBehaviour

hasSyntacticBehaviour

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasSyntacticBehaviour
Domain:
lmf:LexicalEntry
Range:
lmf:SyntacticBehaviour
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:hasWordForm

hasWordForm

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#hasWordForm
Domain:
lmf:LexicalEntry
Range:
lmf:WordForm
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:isAdorned

isAdorned

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#isAdorned
Domain:
lmf:LMFClass
Range:
lmf:attVal

Property: lmf:isPartOf

isPartOf

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#isPartOf

Property: lmf:language

language

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#language
Domain:
lmf:Lexicon
Range:
xsd:string

Property: lmf:lexicalEntry

lexicalEntry

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#lexicalEntry
Domain:
lmf:Component
Range:
lmf:LexicalEntry
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:order

order

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#order
Domain:
lmf:Component
Range:
xsd:int

Property: lmf:partOfSpeech

partOfSpeech

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#partOfSpeech
Domain:
lmf:LexicalEntry
Range:
xsd:string

Property: lmf:predicate

predicate

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#predicate
Domain:
lmf:PredicativeRepresentation
Range:
lmf:SemanticPredicate
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:predicativeRepresentation

predicativeRepresentation

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#predicativeRepresentation
Domain:
lmf:SyntacticBehaviour
Range:
lmf:PredicativeRepresentation
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:semArg

semArg

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#semArg
Domain:
lmf:SynSemArgMap
Range:
lmf:SemanticArgument
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:subcatFrame

subcatFrame

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#subcatFrame
Domain:
lmf:SyntacticBehaviour
Range:
lmf:SubcategorizationFrame
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:synArg

synArg

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#synArg
Domain:
lmf:SynSemCorrespondence
Range:
lmf:SyntacticArgument
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:synSemCorrespondence

synSemCorrespondence

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#synSemCorrespondence
Domain:
lmf:PredicativeRepresentation
Range:
lmf:SynSemCorrespondence
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:synset

synset

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#synset
Range:
lmf:Synset
Superproperty:
lmf:isAssociated

Property: lmf:val

val

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#val
Domain:
lmf:attVal

Property: lmf:writtenForm

writtenForm

URI:
http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf#writtenForm
Domain:
lmf:Form
Range:
xsd:string