Systems and Means of Informatics2020, Volume 30, Issue 2, pp 113-123
TASKS OF THE PHRASEOLOGICAL DICTIONARY DATABASE AND STAGES OF ITS DESIGN
AbstractThe design of the database (DB) for a bilingual phraseologic dictionary which supports the generation of paper and digital versions depends largely on the structure of the dictionary entry. This structure defines the DB's architecture in the following aspects: (i) the connectedness of the components of a single dictionary entry (for a bilingual phraseologic dictionary, the components are: idiom and its meanings represented by translation variants, examples, commentary, etc.); (ii) the ability to add hyperlinks between two and more entries and their components; and (iii) searching, visualizing, and editing entries. Additionally, when designing lexicographical DBs, one of the conditions includes a separate description of the logical data structure and the representation forms of this data during its visualization in accordance with the user's query.
The goal of this paper is to describe the approach to expanding the range of dictionary entry representation forms by clustering the entries according to the faceted classification and to display the stages of implementing this approach.
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