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Ontology construction for information classification

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Ontology construction for information classification
Following the advent of the Internet technology and the rapid growth of its applications, users have spent long periods of time browsing through the ocean of information found in the Internet. This time-consuming hunt, however, makes searching, retrieving, displaying, integrating and maintaining data such arduous tasks. One way to solve this problem is to study the concept behind the Semantic Web in accordance with the principles of ontology. Apart from facilitating the process of information search in the Semantic Web, ontology also provides a method that will enable computers to exchange, search and identify text information. But establishing the ontology necessitates a great deal of expert assistance; manually setting it up would entail a lot of time, not to mention that there are only a handful of experts available. For this reason, using automatic technology to construct the ontology is a subject worth pursuing. This research uses the theory of formal concept analysis to serve as...
Sung-Shun Weng, Hsine-Jen Tsai, Shang-Chia Liu, Ch
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where ESWA
Authors Sung-Shun Weng, Hsine-Jen Tsai, Shang-Chia Liu, Cheng-Hsin Hsu
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