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Semantically enhanced entity ranking

Semantically enhanced entity ranking is a 2008 conference paper written in English by Demartini G., Firan C.S., Iofciu T., Nejdl W. and published in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics).

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Users often want to find entities instead of just documents, i.e., finding documents entirely about specific real-world entities rather than general documents where the entities are merely mentioned. Searching for entities on Web scale repositories is still an open challenge as the effectiveness of ranking is usually not satisfactory. Semantics can be used in this context to improve the results leveraging on entity-driven ontologies. In this paper we propose three categories of algorithms for query adaptation, using (1) semantic information, (2) NLP techniques, and (3) link structure, to rank entities in Wikipedia. Our approaches focus on constructing queries using not only keywords but also additional syntactic information, while semantically relaxing the query relying on a highly accurate ontology. The results show that our approaches perform effectively, and that the combination of simple NLP, Link Analysis and semantic techniques improves the retrieval performance of entity search.

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