Harvesting Wiki Consensus: Using Wikipedia Entries as Vocabulary for Knowledge Management
|Harvesting Wiki Consensus: Using Wikipedia Entries as Vocabulary for Knowledge Management|
|Author(s)||Martin Hepp, Katharina Siorpaes, Daniel Bachlechner|
|Published in||IEEE Internet Computing|
|Keyword(s)||Knowledge management, Ontologies, Semantic knowledge management, URIs, Wikipedia, Wikis (Extra: Information services, Online searching, Ontology, Semantics, World Wide Web, Proton ontology's, Semantic knowledge management, Knowledge management)|
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Harvesting Wiki Consensus: Using Wikipedia Entries as Vocabulary for Knowledge Management is a 2007 journal article written in English by Martin Hepp, Katharina Siorpaes, Daniel Bachlechner and published in IEEE Internet Computing.
Vocabularies that provide unique identifiers for conceptual elements of a domain can improve precision and recall in knowledge-management applications. Although creating and maintaining such vocabularies is generally hard, wiki users easily manage to develop comprehensive, informal definitions of terms, each one identified by a URI. Here, the authors show that the URIs of Wikipedia entries are reliable identifiers for conceptual entities. They also demonstrate how Wikipedia entries can be used for annotating Web resources and knowledge assets and give precise estimates of the amount of Wikipedia URIs in terms of the popular Proton ontology's top-level concepts.
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