Discovering emerging entities with ambiguous names

  title={Discovering emerging entities with ambiguous names},
  author={Johannes Hoffart and Y. Altun and G. Weikum},
  • Johannes Hoffart, Y. Altun, G. Weikum
  • Published in WWW 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Knowledge bases (KB's) contain data about a large number of people, organizations, and other entities. However, this knowledge can never be complete due to the dynamics of the ever-changing world: new companies are formed every day, new songs are composed every minute and become of interest for addition to a KB. To keep up with the real world's entities, the KB maintenance process needs to continuously discover newly emerging entities in news and other Web streams. In this paper we focus on the… CONTINUE READING
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