Interactive ontology revision

@article{Nikitina2012InteractiveOR,
  title={Interactive ontology revision},
  author={Nadeschda Nikitina and Sebastian Rudolph and Birte Glimm},
  journal={J. Web Sem.},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={118-130}
}
When ontological knowledge is acquired automatically, quality control is essential. Which part of the automatically acquired knowledge is appropriate for an application often depends on the context in which the knowledge base or ontology is used. In order to determine relevant and irrelevant or even wrong knowledge, we support the tightest possible quality assurance approach – an exhaustive manual inspection of the acquired data. By using automated reasoning, this process can be partially… CONTINUE READING
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