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Organizing Knowledge as an Ontology of the Domain of Resilient Computing by Means of Natural Language Processing - An Experience

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Organizing Knowledge as an Ontology of the Domain of Resilient Computing by Means of Natural Language Processing - An Experience
Scientists typically need to take a large volume of information into account in order to deal with re-occurring tasks such as inspecting proceedings, finding related work, or reviewing papers. Our work aims at filling the gap between text documents and a structured representations of their content in the domain of resilient computing by combining computer linguistics and ontological methods. The results of our research include: a thesaurus of the domain, automatic clustering of the domain documents, a domain ontology, and a tool for constructing ontologies with the aid of domain thesauri.
Algirdas Avizienis, Gintare Grigonyte, Johann Hall
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where FLAIRS
Authors Algirdas Avizienis, Gintare Grigonyte, Johann Haller, Friedrich W. von Henke, Thorsten Liebig, Olaf Noppens
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