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Recognizing Entity Types in Heterogeneous Semantic Graphs

Authors: Jennifer Sleeman, and Tim Finin

Book Title: AAAI 2013 Fall Symposium on Semantics for Big Data

Date: November 15, 2013

Abstract: We describe an approach to reducing the computational cost of identifying coreferent instances in heterogeneous semantic graphs where the underlying ontologies may not be informative or even known. The problem is similar to coreference resolution in unstructured text, where a variety of linguistic clues and contextual information is used to infer entity types and predict coreference. Semantic graph, whether in RDF or another formalism, are semi-structured data with very different contextual clues and need different approaches to identify potentially coreferent entities. When their ontologies are unknown, unaccessible or semantically trivial, coreference resolution is difficult. For such cases, we can use supervised machine learning to map entity attributes via dictionaries based on DBpedia properties to predict instances entity types, aiding coreference resolution. We evaluated the approach in experiments on data from Wikipedia, Freebase and Arnetminer.

Type: InProceedings

Publisher: AAAI Press

Tags: semantic web, semantic graph, learning

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