An intelligent system for semi-automatic evolution of ontologies
|An intelligent system for semi-automatic evolution of ontologies|
|Author(s)||Ramezani M., Witschel H.F.|
|Published in||2010 IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Systems, IS 2010 - Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Conceptual change, End users, High quality, Ontology evolution, Recommendation algorithms, Semantic relations, Semi-automatics, Web 2.0, Wikipedia, Algorithms, Intelligent systems, Semantic Web, Ontology)|
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An intelligent system for semi-automatic evolution of ontologies is a 2010 conference paper written in English by Ramezani M., Witschel H.F. and published in 2010 IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Systems, IS 2010 - Proceedings.
Ontologies are an important part of the Semantic Web as well as of many intelligent systems. However, the traditional expert-driven development of ontologies is time-consuming and often results in incomplete and inappropriate ontologies. In addition, since ontology evolution is not controlled by end users, it may take too long for a conceptual change in the domain to be reflected in the ontology. In this paper, we present a recommendation algorithm in a Web 2.0 platform that supports end users to collaboratively evolve ontologies by suggesting semantic relations between new and existing concepts. We use the Wikipedia category hierarchy to evaluate our algorithm and our experimental results show that the proposed algorithm produces high quality recommendations.
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