Creating a Knowledge Base from a Collaboratively Generated Encyclopedia
|Creating a Knowledge Base from a Collaboratively Generated Encyclopedia|
|Author(s)||Simone Paolo Ponzetto|
|Published in||Proceedings of the NAACL-HLT 2007 Doctoral Consortium, pp 9-12, Rochester, NY, April 2007|
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Creating a Knowledge Base from a Collaboratively Generated Encyclopedia is a 2007 conference paper by Simone Paolo Ponzetto and published in Proceedings of the NAACL-HLT 2007 Doctoral Consortium, pp 9-12, Rochester, NY, April 2007.
We present our work on using Wikipedia as a knowledge source for Natural Language Processing. We first describe our previous work on computing semantic relatedness from Wikipedia, and its application to a machine learning based coreference resolution system. Our results suggest that Wikipedia represents a semantic resource to be treasured for NLP applications, and accordingly present the work directions to be explored in the future.
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