Exploiting Wikipedia for Evaluating Semantic Relatedness Mechanisms
|Exploiting Wikipedia for Evaluating Semantic Relatedness Mechanisms|
|Author(s)||Ferrara F., Tasso C.|
|Published in||Communications in Computer and Information Science|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Research, Classification approach, Digital Encyclopedias, Evaluation methodologies, Semantic relatedness, Wikipedia, Digital libraries)|
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Exploiting Wikipedia for Evaluating Semantic Relatedness Mechanisms is a 2014 conference paper written in English by Ferrara F., Tasso C. and published in Communications in Computer and Information Science.
The semantic relatedness between two concepts is a measure that quantifies the extent to which two concepts are semantically related. In the area of digital libraries, several mechanisms based on semantic relatedness methods have been proposed. Visualization interfaces, information extraction mechanisms, and classification approaches are just some examples of mechanisms where semantic relatedness methods can play a significant role and were successfully integrated. Due to the growing interest of researchers in areas like Digital Libraries, Semantic Web, Information Retrieval, and NLP, various approaches have been proposed for automatically computing the semantic relatedness. However, despite the growing number of proposed approaches, there are still significant criticalities in evaluating the results returned by different methods. The limitations evaluation mechanisms prevent an effective evaluation and several works in the literature emphasize that the exploited approaches are rather inconsistent. In order to overcome this limitation, we propose a new evaluation methodology where people provide feedback about the semantic relatedness between concepts explicitly defined in digital encyclopedias. In this paper, we specifically exploit Wikipedia for generating a reliable dataset.
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