Scalable Cleanup of Information Extraction Data Using Ontologies

@inproceedings{Dolby2007ScalableCO,
  title={Scalable Cleanup of Information Extraction Data Using Ontologies},
  author={Julian Dolby and James Fan and Achille Fokoue and Aditya Kalyanpur and Aaron Kershenbaum and Li Ma and J. William Murdock and Kavitha Srinivas and Christopher A. Welty},
  booktitle={ISWC/ASWC},
  year={2007}
}
The approach of using ontology reasoning to cleanse the output of information extraction tools was first articulated in SemantiClean. A limiting factor in applying this approach has been that ontology reasoning to find inconsistencies does not scale to the size of data produced by information extraction tools. In this paper, we describe techniques to scale inconsistency detection, and illustrate the use of our techniques to produce a consistent subset of a knowledge base with several thousand… CONTINUE READING
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