A WordNet based backend for the Interactive Concept Validation (ICV)
- General Programming Language (Python, Java, etc)
- Basic Knowledge in Data Analysis
- Understanding Ideas in Large Scale Ideation
- Ideas to Market
Wikidata and Dbpedia provide noise concept mappings, because they are created by crowdsourcing. In contrast, wordnet is created by experts. This could potentially lead to better hierarchies of concepts, potentially useful for the algorithmic analysis of idea texts.
- Implement a wordnet backend for the ICV approach.
- Annotate ideas with wordnet synsets
- Analyse the extracted hypernyms as a mechanism for idea analysis.
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