Ontology learning from text: a look back and into the future

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Ontology Learning from Text: A Look back and into the Future
Authors: Wilson Wong, Wei Liu, Mohammed Bennamoun [edit item]
Citation: ACM Computing Surveys 44 (4): 20. 2012.
Publication type: Journal article
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DOI: 10.1145/2333112.2333115.
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Ontology Learning from Text: A Look back and into the Future is a publication by Wilson Wong, Wei Liu, Mohammed Bennamoun.


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Ontologies are often viewed as the answer to the need for interoperable semantics in modern information systems. The explosion of textual information on the Read/Write Web coupled with the increasing demand for ontologies to power the Semantic Web have made (semi-)automatic ontology learning from text a very promising research area. This together with the advanced state in related areas, such as natural language processing, have fueled research into ontology learning over the past decade. This survey looks at how far we have come since the turn of the millennium and discusses the remaining challenges that will define the research directions in this area in the near future.

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AbstractOntologies are often viewed as the answer Ontologies are often viewed as the answer to the need for interoperable semantics in modern information systems. The explosion of textual information on the Read/Write Web coupled with the increasing demand for ontologies to power the Semantic Web have made (semi-)automatic ontology learning from text a very promising research area. This together with the advanced state in related areas, such as natural language processing, have fueled research into ontology learning over the past decade. This survey looks at how far we have come since the turn of the millennium and discusses the remaining challenges that will define the research directions in this area in the near future.irections in this area in the near future.
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Doi10.1145/2333112.2333115 +
Google scholar urlhttp://scholar.google.com/scholar?ie=UTF-8&q=%22Ontology%2BLearning%2Bfrom%2BText%3A%2BA%2BLook%2Bback%2Band%2Binto%2Bthe%2BFuture%22 +
Has authorWilson Wong +, Wei Liu + and Mohammed Bennamoun +
Issue4 +
Pages20 +
Publication typeJournal article +
Published inACM Computing Surveys +
Revid8,051 +
TitleOntology Learning from Text: A Look back and into the Future
Urlhttp://dl.acm.org/ft_gateway.cfm?id=2333115 +
Volume44 +
Year2012 +