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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The analogy of a semantic network to hypertext has long been recognized, and semantic networks have been considered as a logical model of hypertext -especially for those hypertexts with typed nodes and links. Moreover, wordnets form the most representative type of semantic networks in the field of Natural Language Processing and semantics in particular. It is obvious that hypertext and wordnets share many common points regarding their fundamental principles and the objectives towards which theydoi:10.1007/3-540-44872-1_7 fatcat:wi2jaak4tvdzdb33pefjtiziky