Discovering unknown connections - The DBpedia relationship finder
|Discovering unknown connections - The DBpedia relationship finder|
|Author(s)||Lehmann J., Schuppel J., Auer S.|
|Published in||The Social Semantic Web 2007 - Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Social Semantic Web, CSSW 2007|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Data sets, Knowledge base, Wikipedia, Knowledge based systems, Websites)|
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Discovering unknown connections - The DBpedia relationship finder is a 2007 conference paper written in English by Lehmann J., Schuppel J., Auer S. and published in The Social Semantic Web 2007 - Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Social Semantic Web, CSSW 2007.
The Relationship Finder is a tool for exploring connections between objects in a Semantic Web knowledge base. It offers a new way to get insights about elements in an ontology, in particular for large amounts of instance data. For this reason, we applied the idea to the DBpedia data set, which contains an enormous amount of knowledge extracted from Wikipedia. We describe the workings of the Relationship Finder algorithm and present some interesting statistical discoveries about DBpedia and Wikipedia.
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