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WordNet-based semantic similarity measurement

, , 29 Apr 2016 CPOL
Capturing the semantic similarity between two short sentences based on the WordNet dictionary.

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Troy Simpson
Software Developer
Australia Australia
Troy is employed in an Australian university, and maintains ebswift.com as a hobby. A number of popular coding projects have been produced by ebswift.com, including WordNetCE and the WordNet.Net open source .Net API for WordNet.

See http://www.ebswift.com for Troy's projects.

Thanh Dao
Software Developer
Vietnam Vietnam
I'm still alive...but temporarily moved to work on mobile & web stuffs(j2me/brew/php/flash...something not M$). things have just been very busy, and probably will continue...so don't have chance to maintain & respond. Hope will have time to try to write again, because many ideas with WPF &silver light are waiting. wish me luck Smile | :)

FYI:
- MESHSimPack project(c# library for measuring similarity among concepts of the MESH ontology):
http://sourceforge.net/projects/meshsimpack.

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