Automatic topic ontology construction using semantic relations from wordnet and wikipedia

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Automatic topic ontology construction using semantic relations from wordnet and wikipedia is a 2013 Short Survey written in English by Subramaniyaswamy V. and published in International Journal of Intelligent Information Technologies.

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Due to the explosive growth of web technology, a huge amount of information is available as web resources over the Internet. Therefore, in order to access the relevant content from the web resources effectively, considerable attention is paid on the semantic web for efficient knowledge sharing and interoperability. Topic ontology is a hierarchy of a set of topics that are interconnected using semantic relations, which is being increasingly used in the web mining techniques. Reviews of the past research reveal that semiautomatic ontology is not capable of handling high usage. This shortcoming prompted the authors to develop an automatic topic ontology construction process. However, in the past many attempts have been made by other researchers to utilize the automatic construction of ontology, which turned out to be challenging due to time, cost and maintenance. In this paper, the authors have proposed a corpus based novel approach to enrich the set of categories in the ODP by automatically identifying the concepts and their associated semantic relationship with corpus based external knowledge resources, such as Wikipedia and WordNet. This topic ontology construction approach relies on concept acquisition and semantic relation extraction. A Jena API framework has been developed to organize the set of extracted semantic concepts, while Protégé provides the platform to visualize the automatically constructed topic ontology. To evaluate the performance, web documents were classified using SVM classifier based on ODP and topic ontology. The topic ontology based classification produced better accuracy than ODP. Copyright

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