Quentin Pradet


WoNeF, an improved, expanded and evaluated automatic French translation of WordNet
Quentin Pradet | Gaël de Chalendar | Jeanne Baguenier Desormeaux
Proceedings of the Seventh Global Wordnet Conference

Toward a French VerbeNet (Vers la création d’un Verbnet français) [in French]
Laurence Danlos | Takuyua Nakamura | Quentin Pradet
TALN-RECITAL 2014 Workshop FondamenTAL 2014 : Ressources lexicales et TAL - vue d’ensemble sur les dictionnaires électroniques de Jean Dubois et Françoise Dubois-Charlier (FondamenTAL 2014 : Lexical Resources and NLP)

Adapting VerbNet to French using existing resources
Quentin Pradet | Laurence Danlos | Gaël de Chalendar
Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'14)

VerbNet is an English lexical resource for verbs that has proven useful for English NLP due to its high coverage and coherent classification. Such a resource doesn’t exist for other languages, despite some (mostly automatic and unsupervised) attempts. We show how to semi-automatically adapt VerbNet using existing resources designed for different purposes. This study focuses on French and uses two French resources: a semantic lexicon (Les Verbes Français) and a syntactic lexicon (Lexique-Grammaire).


WoNeF, an improved, extended and evaluated automatic French translation of WordNet (WoNeF : amélioration, extension et évaluation d’une traduction française automatique de WordNet) [in French]
Quentin Pradet | Jeanne Baguenier-Desormeaux | Gaël de Chalendar | Laurence Danlos
Proceedings of TALN 2013 (Volume 1: Long Papers)