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Open Information Extraction Using Wikipedia
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We present WOE, a new approach to open IE that uses Wikipedia for self-supervised learn- 1An infobox is a set of tuples summarizing the key attributes of the subject in a Wikipedia article. Expand
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Recovering Semantics of Tables on the Web
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This paper describes a system that attempts to recover the semantics of tables by enriching the table with additional annotations. Expand
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Autonomously semantifying wikipedia
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This paper argues that autonomously "Semantifying Wikipedia" is the best way to solve the chicken-and-egg problem, which can be best solved by a bootstrapping method - creating enough structured data to motivate the development of applications. Expand
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Automatically refining the wikipedia infobox ontology
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The combined efforts of human volunteers have recently extracted numerous facts from Wikipedia, storing them as machine-harvestable object-attribute-value triples in Wikipedia infoboxes. Expand
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Biases in Stratospheric and Tropospheric Temperature Trends Derived from Historical Radiosonde Data
Abstract Temperature trends derived from historical radiosonde data often show substantial differences compared to satellite measurements. These differences are especially large for stratosphericExpand
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Finding related tables
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We consider the problem of finding related tables in a large corpus of heterogenous tables. Expand
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Revealed Stock Preferences of Individual Investors: Evidence from Chinese Equity Markets
This study offers new evidence on the preferences of individual investors for certain stock characteristics. Based on 64.2 million trades executed by about 6.8 million Chinese investors, results showExpand
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Using Wikipedia to bootstrap open information extraction
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Applying WebTables in Practice
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We started investigating the collection of HTML tables on the Web and developed the WebTables system a few years ago. Expand
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Biperpedia: An Ontology for Search Applications
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We describe Biperpedia, an ontology of binary attributes that contains up to two orders of magnitude more attributes than Freebase. Expand
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