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Rapid Benchmarking for Semantic Web Knowledge Base Systems

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Rapid Benchmarking for Semantic Web Knowledge Base Systems
Abstract. We present a method for rapid development of benchmarks for Semantic Web knowledge base systems. At the core, we have a synthetic data generation approach for OWL that is scalable and models the real world data. The data-generation algorithm learns from real domain documents and generates benchmark data based on the extracted properties relevant for benchmarking. We believe that this is important because relative performance of systems will vary depending on the structure of the ontology and data used. However, due to the novelty of the Semantic Web, we rarely have sufficient data for benchmarking. Our approach helps overcome the problem of having insufficient real world data for benchmarking and allows us to develop benchmarks for a variety of domains and applications in a very time efficient manner. Based on our method, we have created a new Lehigh BibTeX Benchmark and conducted an experiment on four Semantic Web knowledge base systems. We have verified our hypothesis about...
Sui-Yu Wang, Yuanbo Guo, Abir Qasem, Jeff Heflin
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where SEMWEB
Authors Sui-Yu Wang, Yuanbo Guo, Abir Qasem, Jeff Heflin
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