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WWW
2007
ACM
13 years 2 months ago
Just the right amount: extracting modules from ontologies
The ability to extract meaningful fragments from an ontology is key for ontology re-use. We propose a definition of a module that guarantees to completely capture the meaning of a...
Bernardo Cuenca Grau, Ian Horrocks, Yevgeny Kazako...
JAIR
2010
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12 years 13 days ago
Constructing Reference Sets from Unstructured, Ungrammatical Text
Vast amounts of text on the Web are unstructured and ungrammatical, such as classified ads, auction listings, forum postings, etc. We call such text “posts.” Despite their in...
Matthew Michelson, Craig A. Knoblock
CLEF
2009
Springer
12 years 3 months ago
Where in the Wikipedia Is That Answer? The XLDB at the GikiCLEF 2009 Task
GikiCLEF focused on the evaluation of the reasoning capabilities of systems to provide right answers for geographically-challenging topics. As we did not have previous experience ...
Nuno Cardoso, David Batista, Francisco J. Ló...
NIPS
2008
12 years 3 months ago
Optimization on a Budget: A Reinforcement Learning Approach
Many popular optimization algorithms, like the Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm (LMA), use heuristic-based "controllers" that modulate the behavior of the optimizer during ...
Paul Ruvolo, Ian R. Fasel, Javier R. Movellan
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