ConceptNet

ConceptNet: a practical commonsense reasoning toolkit. ConceptNet is a freely available commonsense knowledge base and natural-language-processing tool-kit which supports many practical textual-reasoning tasks over real-world documents including topic-gisting, analogy-making, and other context oriented inferences. The knowledge base is a semantic network presently consisting of over 1.6 million assertions of commonsense knowledge encompassing the spatial, physical, social, temporal, and psychological aspects of everyday life. ConceptNet is generated automatically from the 700 000 sentences of the Open Mind Common Sense Project — a World Wide Web based collaboration with over 14 000 authors


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  1. Vanzo, Andrea; Croce, Danilo; Bastianelli, Emanuele; Basili, Roberto; Nardi, Daniele: Grounded language interpretation of robotic commands through structured learning (2020)
  2. Aakur, Sathyanarayanan N.; Dias Moreira de Souza, Fillipe; Sarkar, Sudeep: Generating open world descriptions of video using common sense knowledge in a pattern theory framework (2019)
  3. Furbach, Ulrich; Krämer, Teresa; Schon, Claudia: Names are not just sound and smoke: word embeddings for axiom selection (2019)
  4. Jain, Gauri; Sharma, Manisha; Agarwal, Basant: Spam detection in social media using convolutional and long short term memory neural network (2019)
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  8. Dehdarbehbahani, Iman; Shakery, Azadeh; Faili, Heshaam: Semi-supervised word polarity identification in resource-Lean languages (2014) ioport
  9. Olsher, Daniel: Semantically-based priors and nuanced knowledge core for big data, social AI, and language understanding (2014) ioport
  10. Veale, Tony; Li, Guofu: Analogy as an organizational principle in the construction of large knowledge-bases (2014) ioport
  11. Zarri, Gian Piero: Sentiments analysis at conceptual level making use of the Narrative Knowledge Representation Language (2014) ioport
  12. Das, Shubhomoy; Moore, Travis; Wong, Weng-Keen; Stumpf, Simone; Oberst, Ian; McIntosh, Kevin; Burnett, Margaret: End-user feature labeling: supervised and semi-supervised approaches based on locally-weighted logistic regression (2013)
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  14. Zang, Liang-Jun; Cao, Cong; Cao, Ya-Nan; Wu, Yu-Ming; Cao, Cun-Gen: A survey of commonsense knowledge acquisition (2013)
  15. Erdem, Esra; Patoglu, Volkan: Applications of action languages in cognitive robotics (2012)
  16. Ferreira-Satler, Mateus; Romero, Francisco P.; Menendez-Dominguez, Victor H.; Zapata, Alfredo; Prieto, Manuel E.: Fuzzy ontologies-based user profiles applied to enhance e-learning activities (2012) ioport
  17. Ovchinnikova, Ekaterina: Integration of world knowledge for natural language understanding (2012)
  18. Kapre, Nachiket; Dehon, André: An NoC traffic compiler for efficient FPGA implementation of sparse graph-oriented workloads (2011) ioport
  19. Castelli, Gabriella; Mamei, Marco; Rosi, Alberto; Zambonelli, Franco: Extracting high-level information from location data: the W4 diary example (2009) ioport
  20. Julián-Iranzo, Pascual; Rubio-Manzano, Clemente; Gallardo-Casero, Juan: Bousi\~Prolog: a Prolog extension language for flexible query answering (2009) ioport

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