I have updated the SenseRelate web page to include links to
WordNet-SenseRelate-WordToSet. This is something that fell through the
cracks and should have been done when WordToSet was released back
Please find the updated page at:
So, now we have three SenseRelate methods available - each of them in some
way wants to assign a sense to a word by finding the sense that is most
related to the senses of neighboring words. These measures of relatedness
and similarity are done with WordNet-Similarity, and in order to have a
sense assigned to it or be used in such a comparison, the word must be
known to WordNet.
So, the three methods we provide are:
WordNet-SenseRelate-AllWords wants to assign a sense to every word in a
WordNet-SenseRelate-TargetWord wants to asssign a sense to a every
occurrence of a given target word.
WordNet-SenseRelate-WordToSet wants to assign a sense to a given target
word that is most related to a given set of words.
So, the entire SenseRelate family is back together at the SenseRelate home
page. Please pay them a visit. :)