|Review Comment: |
I am happy with the response of the authors and with the new version of the paper.
I recommend the authors to include in the paper all explanations given in the cover letter that are not yet included.
I have some minor remark that the authors may want to consider while writing their camera ready version.
The authors say that the annotators were familiar with both FrameNet and Semantic Web, hence their assumption is that they can assess whether a Semantic Web or FrameNet-specific term or sense is present or not. Ok, but I recommend to make this clear in the paper and to remove any reference to the aim of evaluating if the meaning of a frame element is obvious for a layman reader, as layman users were not involved in the study.
Have you tried without the semantic pointers? I think that comparing the results would better support your final choice.
--> Yes, the lexical overlap was too sparse.
Please include this clarification in the paper.
AS for this comment/reply from the previous review:
The examples given of the manually built Class-Frame integration rules refer to classes that were designed with an n-ary shape in mind. The authors are invited to comment on the issue of aligning frames to classes that are not designed to represent n-ary relations and how this issue can be (or has been?) overcome.
--> Following the model from FrameNet, we assume that all classes can be represented in terms of frames (issues with current coverage aside). Of course, in many cases, these would be very simple ones for which an n-ary representation is not necessary. In such cases, the rules will simply create a frame instance without additional properties, similar to the dbr:SocietalEvent example in our paper.
I think the authors did not reply, or possibly I was not clear or did not get it.
What I mean is that there are some classes e.g. in DBpedia, designed with a frame or event-like model in mind. Aligning these classes to frames is hence easier than aligning other entities that do not explicitly show such modelling approach. But still other classes that do not show a nary-relation-like model can be aligned to frames, at least conceptually. This may be hard and may require additional heuristics or a different approach. My question is related to discussing this problem or describing an example of manually built rule for such cases so as to help the reader to appreciate this type of case.