Alejandro Ruiz Figueroa

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Any scientific or technical document is organized hierarchically: some sections of the text (such as the abstract or conclusions) summarize the contents of the main text; sections have titles describing their contents in general words; chapter titles describe the contents of a set of sections; book title describes the contexts of all chapters, etc.(More)
We propose a method for semi-automatic construction of an ontol-ogy of a given branch of science for measuring its evolution in time. The method relies on a collection of documents in the given thematic domain. We observe that the words of different levels of abstraction are located within different parts of a document: say, the title or abstract contains(More)
PREFACE This ICML-2005 workshop on ontology learning stands in the tradition of the ECML/PKDD 2004 workshop on Knowledge Discovery and Ontologies and precedes the ECML/PKDD 2005 workshop on the same topic. Unlike these workshops, which focus on the application of different ontology types in various domains, this workshop focuses on the acquisition of(More)
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