Sophia Semantic Engine is software that analyzes and understands natural language, creating a layer of interpretation in applications that interact with users in a linguistic form and applications that deal with unstructured information. The Sophia Semantic Engine is based on proprietary morpho-syntactic analysis modules and on a semantic lexicon of broad coverage. Domain-dependent modules for semantic analysis are developed on top of a base syntactic analysis component.
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Usage contexts of Sophia Semantic Engine
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Semantic analysis of legal texts
Linguistic technologies for legal documents
collaborates with l'Istituto di Teoria e Tecniche dell'Informazione Giuridica of CNR in order to realize systems capable of
facilitating such processes as the editing/publishing of legislative documents,
or legal-domain information retrieval for professionals.
This legacy of knowledge and techniques has grown thanks to the coordinating role held by CELI in the internal project LOIS - Lexical Ontologies for legal Information Sharing.
The culmination of knowledge and experience has brought CELI to create specific systems for the legal domain, targeted at simplifying the publication and retrieval of legal documents.
· analysis and conversion of legislative references present in the texts, including so-called elliptical constructions;
· automatic conversion of legislative proceedings into the XML format of Norme in Rete
· systems of legal information retrieval based as much on structured metadata as on free text search integrated with conceptual expansion.