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Web-application for Visualization of Lexical-Semantic Fields Structures

Student: Nikolay Dolgopolov

Supervisor: Sergei Obiedkov

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2017

This paper is dedicated to the application of formal concept analysis methods to the frame approach in lexical typology. This paper presents mathematical basis of the formal concept analysis along with the method of object and attribute exploration. Moreover, the paper describes the main goals of lexical typology and the basics of the frame approach. The task of this work is the development of a web-application for collaborative researches in lexical typology. The web-application has functionality for researching and visualizing ontologies of semantic fields and tools for collaborative work on projects. This paper contains 36 pages, 3 chapters, 25 illustrations, 20 bibliography items, 4 apendices Keywords: Formal concept analysis, attribute exploration, object exploration, lexical typology, frame approach, web development

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