Ontology building: Ontology, in the information science context, can be shortly defined as the description of a set of concepts within a domain and relationships between those concepts. Ontology Building has attracted the interest of a large number of researchers in the last decade especially with the exponential increase of available data online. Researchers have recognized Wikipedia as a major data source to support their work in developing new web ontologies. The foremost reason for building ontologies is analyzing and enabling the reuse of domain knowledge. The articles grouped in this sub-category presented different approaches to Ontology Building using Wikipedia.
Pages in category "Ontology building"
The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total.
- Taxonomy and clustering in collaborative systems: the case of the on-line encyclopedia Wikipedia
- The geographical analog engine: hybrid numeric and semantic similarity measures for U.S. cities
- The value of everything: ranking and association with encyclopedic knowledge
- Tree-traversing ant algorithm for term clustering based on featureless similarities