"All You Can Eat" Ontology-Building: Feeding Wikipedia to Cyc
|"All You Can Eat" Ontology-Building: Feeding Wikipedia to Cyc|
|Author(s)||Samuel Sarjant, Catherine Legg, Michael Robinson, Olena Medelyan|
|Keyword(s)||Cyc, Wikipedia, Ontology, Web Mining|
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"All You Can Eat" Ontology-Building: Feeding Wikipedia to Cyc is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Samuel Sarjant, Catherine Legg, Michael Robinson, Olena Medelyan and published in WI-IAT.
In order to achieve genuine web intelligence, building some kind of large general machine-readable conceptual scheme (i.e. ontology) seems inescapable. Yet the past 20 years have shown that manual ontology-building is not practicable. The recent explosion of free user-supplied knowledge on the Web has led to great strides in automatic ontology-building, but quality-control is still a major issue. Ideally one should automatically build onto an already intelligent base. We suggest that the long-running Cyc project is able to assist here. We describe methods used to add 35K new concepts mined from Wikipedia to collections in ResearchCyc entirely automatically. Evaluation with 22 human subjects shows high precision both for the new concepts’ categorization, and their assignment as individuals or collections. Most importantly we show how Cyc itself can be leveraged for ontological quality control by ‘feeding’ it assertions one by one, enabling it to reject those that contradict its other knowledge.
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