Matching HTML Tables to DBpedia

@inproceedings{Ritze2015MatchingHT,
  title={Matching HTML Tables to DBpedia},
  author={Dominique Ritze and Oliver Lehmberg and Christian Bizer},
  booktitle={WIMS '15},
  year={2015}
}
  • Dominique Ritze, Oliver Lehmberg, Christian Bizer
  • Published in WIMS '15 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Millions of HTML tables containing structured data can be found on the Web. With their wide coverage, these tables are potentially very useful for filling missing values and extending cross-domain knowledge bases such as DBpedia, YAGO, or the Google Knowledge Graph. As a prerequisite for being able to use table data for knowledge base extension, the HTML tables need to be matched with the knowledge base, meaning that correspondences between table rows/columns and entities/schema elements of the… CONTINUE READING

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