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Since the establishment of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) as a standard graphical notation for representing knowledge, new ideas have emerged about tools that can automatically extract knowledge from text and represent it with UML diagrams. As the targeted representation of knowledge is in a graphical notation, the authors propose to also represent Natural Language (NL) and the knowledge it carries in a common graphical form, and then translate this Graphical NL (GNL) into another graphical form (UML).
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