Towards Ontology Generation from Tables

@article{Tijerino2005TowardsOG,
  title={Towards Ontology Generation from Tables},
  author={Yuri A. Tijerino and David W. Embley and Deryle W. Lonsdale and Yihong Ding and George Nagy},
  journal={World Wide Web},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={261-285}
}
At the heart of today's information-explosion problems are issues involving semantics, mutual understanding, concept matching, and interoperability. Ontologies and the Semantic Web are offered as a potential solution, but creating ontologies for real-world knowledge is nontrivial. If we could automate the process, we could significantly improve our chances of making the Semantic Web a reality. While understanding natural language is difficult, tables and other structured information make it… CONTINUE READING
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