Words Semantic Relatedness
Words semantic relatedness is a measurement of the degree to which two words are
The following online demo calculates two words semantic relatedness using the shorted
path in a weighted semantic network. The weights are based on human annotators
ratings of the relatedness of a specfic path type.
For example, if you compute the semantic relatedness of: "Car" and "Vehicle"
based on this demo, the result is that they are 91.5% semantically related.
Word-Phrase Semantic Similarity
This online demo evaluate semantic similarity of words and compositional phrases. The demo evaluates the semantic similarity of a word and a short sequence of two words. For example, in the word "contact" and the phrase "close interaction" are semantically similar.
Relations between Words
This online demo returns the relations between words described by a set of prepositions and coordinations. For example, "Car" is related with the following set: (with, on, and, without, behind, at, of) to the word "Wheel"
Predicate relations between Words
This online demo returns the relations between words described by a set of predicates. For example, "Car" is related with the following set: (have, equip with, run on, fit with, be on, mount on, be with, have on...) to the word "Wheel"
Semantic Compositionality in Context
This online demo evaluate the compositionality of phrases in context. the demo decides whether a phrase is used in its literal or figurative meaning in a given context. For example, the phrase "big picture" as in the context "Click here for a bigger picture" is used literally, whereas in the context "To solve this problem, you have to look at the big picture." it is used figuratively.