A semantic layer on semi-structured data sources for intuitive chatbots
|A semantic layer on semi-structured data sources for intuitive chatbots|
|Author(s)||Augello A., Vassallo G., Gaglio S., Pilato G.|
|Published in||Proceedings of the International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems, CISIS 2009|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Chatbots, Data-driven, Distributional property, Natural languages, Semantic layer, Semantic relations, Semantic Space, Semi structured data, Sub-symbolic, Wikipedia, Computer software, Information services, Pattern matching, Query languages, Semantics, Knowledge representation)|
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A semantic layer on semi-structured data sources for intuitive chatbots is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Augello A., Vassallo G., Gaglio S., Pilato G. and published in Proceedings of the International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems, CISIS 2009.
The main limits of chatbot technology are related to the building of their knowledge representation and to their rigid information retrieval and dialogue capabilities, usually based on simple "pattern matching rules". The analysis of distributional properties of words in a texts corpus allows the creation of semantic spaces where represent and compare natural language elements. This space can be interpreted as a "conceptual" space where the axes represent the latent primitive concepts of the analyzed corpus. The presented work aims at exploiting the properties of a data-driven semantic/conceptual space built using semistructured data sources freely available on the web, like Wikipedia. This coding is equivalent to adding, into the Wikipedia graph, a conceptual similarity relationship layer. The chatbot can exploit this layer in order to simulate an "intuitive" behavior, attempting to retrieve semantic relations between Wikipedia resources also through associative sub-symbolic paths.
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