UMBC ebiquity
Ankur Padia on Ontology Learning, 10am ITE346

Ankur Padia on Ontology Learning, 10am ITE346

Tim Finin, 11:21pm 27 April 2015

In this weeks ebiquity lab meeting, Ankur Padia will talk about ontology learning and the work he did for his MS thesis at 10:00am in ITE 346 at UMBC.

Ontology Learning

Ankur Padia

10:00am Tuesday, Apr. 28, 2015, ITE 346

Ontology Learning has been the subject of intensive study for the past decade. Researchers in this field have been motivated by the possibility of automatically building a knowledge base on top of text documents so as to support reasoning based knowledge extraction. While most works in this field have been primarily statistical (known as light-weight Ontology Learning) not much attempt has been made in axiomatic Ontology Learning (called Formal Ontology Learning) from Natural Language text documents. Presentation will focus on the relationship between Description Logic and Natural Language (limited to IS-A) for Formal Ontology Learning.

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