Ontology Learning: Where are we? And where are we going?

@inproceedings{Buitelaar2007OntologyLW,
  title={Ontology Learning: Where are we? And where are we going?},
  author={Paul Buitelaar},
  booktitle={ESOE},
  year={2007}
}
Ontology learning concerns the development of automatic methods for the extraction of a domain model from a relevant, i.e. domain-specific data set. In the context of ontology evolution, a specific domain model is already given and the task of ontology learning reduces to the extension or adaptation of this domain model on the basis of a changing underlying data set. Ontology learning largely builds on methods previously developed in knowledge acquisition , natural language processing and… CONTINUE READING