Ontology-based Information Retrieval

  title={Ontology-based Information Retrieval},
  author={Henrik Bulskov Styltsvig},
  • Henrik Bulskov Styltsvig
  • Published 2006
In this thesis, we will present methods for introducing ontologies in information retrieval. The main hypothesis is that the inclusion of conceptual knowledge such as ontologies in the information retrieval process can contribute to the solution of major problems currently found in information retrieval. This utilization of ontologies has a number of challenges. Our focus is on the use of similarity measures derived from the knowledge about relations between concepts in ontologies, the… CONTINUE READING


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