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Generating Ontologies Via Language Components and Ontology Reuse

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Generating Ontologies Via Language Components and Ontology Reuse
Realizing the Semantic Web involves creating ontologies, a tedious and costly challenge. Reuse can reduce the cost of ontology engineering. Ontologies already created in recent Semantic Web research provide useful input for ontology reuse. However, automated ontology reuse remains underexplored. This paper presents a generic architecture for automated ontology reuse. With our implementation of this architecture, we show the practicality of automating ontology generation through ontology reuse. We experimented with a large generic ontology (MikroKosmos) as a basis for automatically generating domain ontologies that fit the scope of sample natural-language web pages. The results were encouraging, resulting in five lessons pertinent to future automated ontology reuse study.
Yihong Ding, Deryle W. Lonsdale, David W. Embley,
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where NLDB
Authors Yihong Ding, Deryle W. Lonsdale, David W. Embley, Martin Hepp, Li Xu
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