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PREFERRED TERM
Annotation
DEFINITION
  • A note by way of explanation or comment added to a text or diagram [OED, https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/annotation]. Text or corpus annotation refers to the interpretative linguistic information grounded in a knowledge resource that is added manually or automatically to a text or corpus respectively.

RELATED CONCEPTS
ALTERNATIVE LABEL
  • Annotated Version

  • Corpus Annotation

  • Text Annotation

SCOPE NOTE
  • In OpenMinTeD, "annotation" refers to text or corpus annotation.

SOURCE
  • Adapted from OED (https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/annotation) and https://ota.ox.ac.uk/documents/creating/dlc/chapter2.htm

EXAMPLE
  • For example, one common type of annotation is the addition of tags, or labels, indicating the word class to which words in a text belong. These tags come from a predefined set (e.g. Noun, Verb, Preposition, etc.). Semantic labeling with terms and concepts from an ontology is another common example of annotation. Relationships such as syntactic dependencies or semantic relations that link entities of the text are also annotations.

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URI
http://vocabularies.openminted.eu/glossary/Annotation2
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