Preposition_enabled Spatial Ontology

Other names: PESONT

Preposition-enabled Spatial Ontology (PeSONT) is a model that describes health service with related concepts, sub-concepts, attributes, and relations among concepts. Inferences of new knowledge are possible using queries. PeSONT classifies linguistic place terms using (Bennett and Agarwal, 2007) and uses prepositions of English language for location identification. Its implementation is to further the application of the PeNLP parser on human related problems by classifying place-like terms in natural language and for extracting geolocations.

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