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WebIsALOD: Providing Hypernymy Relations Extracted from the Web as Linked Open Data
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We introduce WebIsALOD, a Linked Open Data release of the IsA database, containing 400M hypernymy relations, each provided with rich provenance information and interlinks to DBpedia and YAGO. Expand
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WikiMatch - using Wikipedia for ontology matching
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We show that using Wikipedia is a feasible way of performing ontology matching, especially if different natural languages are involved. Expand
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Towards Evaluating Interactive Ontology Matching Tools
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We introduce a number of quality measures for interactive ontology matching tools, and we discuss means to automatically run benchmark tests for such tools. Expand
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DOME results for OAEI 2018
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DOME (Deep Ontology MatchEr) is a scalable matcher which relies on large texts describing the ontological concepts. Expand
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DBkWik: A Consolidated Knowledge Graph from Thousands of Wikis
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In this paper, we show how to create one consolidated knowledge graph, called DBkWik, from thousands of Wikis using the DBpedia extraction framework, followed by data fusion and schema enrichment. Expand
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Hertuda results for OEAI 2012
Hertuda is a very simple element based matcher. It shows that tokenization and a string measure can also yield in good results. It is an improved version of the first version submitted to the OAEIExpand
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HotMatch results for OEAI 2012
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HotMatch is a multi-strategy matcher developed by a group of students at Technische Universitat Darmstadt in the course of a hands-on training. Expand
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Language-Agnostic Relation Extraction from Abstracts in Wikis
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We present a language-agnostic approach that exploits background knowledge from the graph instead of language-specific techniques and builds machine learning models only from language-independent features. Expand
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Discoverability of SPARQL Endpoints in Linked Open Data
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This paper provides a quantitative analysis on the automatic discoverability of SPARQL endpoints for Linked Open Data sources using different mechanisms. Expand
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DBkWik: Towards Knowledge Graph Creation from Thousands of Wikis
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We show how the DBpedia approach can be transferred to Fandom to create DBkWik, a complementary knowledge graph. Expand
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