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Ontology-Based Categorization of Web Services with Machine Learning

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Ontology-Based Categorization of Web Services with Machine Learning
We present the problem of categorizing web services according to a shallow ontology for presentation on a specialist portal, using their WSDL and associated textual documents found by a crawler. We treat this as a text classification problem and apply first information extraction (IE) techniques (voting using keywords weight according to their context), then machine learning (ML), and finally a combined approach in which ML has priority over weighted keywords, but the latter can still make up categorizations for services for which ML does not produce enough. We evaluate the techniques (using data manually annotated through the portal, which we also use as the training data for ML) according to standard IE measures for flat categorization as well as the Balanced Distance Metric (more suitable for ontological classification) and compare them with related work in web service categorization. The ML and combined categorization results are good and the system is designed to take users'...
Adam Funk, Kalina Bontcheva
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where LREC
Authors Adam Funk, Kalina Bontcheva
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