Exploiting Wikipedia as a knowledge base: Towards and ontology of movies
|Exploiting Wikipedia as a knowledge base: Towards and ontology of movies|
|Author(s)||Alarcon R., Sanchez O., Mijangos V.|
|Published in||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||Information extraction, Natural language processing, Ontology construction, Semantic relation extraction, Wikipedia infobox, Wikipedia mining (Extra: NAtural language processing, Ontology construction, Semantic relation extractions, Wikipedia, Wikipedia minings, Information retrieval, Knowledge based systems, Natural language processing systems, Motion pictures)|
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Exploiting Wikipedia as a knowledge base: Towards and ontology of movies is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Alarcon R., Sanchez O., Mijangos V. and published in CEUR Workshop Proceedings.
Wikipedia is a huge knowledge base growing every day due to the contribution of people all around the world. Some part of the information of each article is kept in a special, consistently and formatted table called infobox. In this article, we analyze the Wikipedia infoboxes of movies articles; we describe some of the problems that can make extracting information from these tables a difficult task. We also present a methodology to automatically extract information that could be useful towards the building of an ontology of movies from Wikipedia in Spanish.
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