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'''Automatically Mapping Wikipedia Infobox Attributes to Dbpedia Properties for Fast Deployment of Vietnamese Dbpedia Chapter''' - scientific work related to Wikipedia quality published in 2018, written by Nhu Nguyen, Dung Cao and Anh V. Nguyen.
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'''Automatically Mapping Wikipedia Infobox Attributes to Dbpedia Properties for Fast Deployment of Vietnamese Dbpedia Chapter''' - scientific work related to [[Wikipedia quality]] published in 2018, written by [[Nhu Nguyen]], [[Dung Cao]] and [[Anh V. Nguyen]].
  
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
DBpedia is one of the best practices for publishing and connecting structured data on the Web (Linked Data) to lead to the creation of a global data in different languages. This project extracts information from Wikipedia editions. The extraction procedure requires to manually map Wikipedia infoboxes into the DBpedia ontology. Thanks to crowd-sourcing, a large number of infoboxes has been mapped in different languages. However, the number of accomplished mappings is still small and limited to most frequent infoboxes. There are many languages that have not yet mapped. In this paper, authors concern about the problem of automatically mapping infobox attributes to properties into the DBpedia ontology. This task aims to identify which Wikipedia attribute should be match to any DBpedia property using instance-based approach. In this work, authors perform with Vietnamese edition as case-study. Experiments show that method achieves impressing results with the high number of correct mappings.
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DBpedia is one of the best practices for publishing and connecting structured data on the Web (Linked Data) to lead to the creation of a global data in [[different language]]s. This project extracts information from [[Wikipedia]] editions. The extraction procedure requires to manually map Wikipedia [[infoboxes]] into the [[DBpedia]] [[ontology]]. Thanks to crowd-sourcing, a large number of infoboxes has been mapped in different languages. However, the number of accomplished mappings is still small and limited to most frequent infoboxes. There are many languages that have not yet mapped. In this paper, authors concern about the problem of automatically mapping infobox attributes to properties into the DBpedia ontology. This task aims to identify which Wikipedia attribute should be match to any DBpedia property using instance-based approach. In this work, authors perform with Vietnamese edition as case-study. Experiments show that method achieves impressing results with the high number of correct mappings.

Latest revision as of 07:06, 14 June 2019

Automatically Mapping Wikipedia Infobox Attributes to Dbpedia Properties for Fast Deployment of Vietnamese Dbpedia Chapter - scientific work related to Wikipedia quality published in 2018, written by Nhu Nguyen, Dung Cao and Anh V. Nguyen.

Overview

DBpedia is one of the best practices for publishing and connecting structured data on the Web (Linked Data) to lead to the creation of a global data in different languages. This project extracts information from Wikipedia editions. The extraction procedure requires to manually map Wikipedia infoboxes into the DBpedia ontology. Thanks to crowd-sourcing, a large number of infoboxes has been mapped in different languages. However, the number of accomplished mappings is still small and limited to most frequent infoboxes. There are many languages that have not yet mapped. In this paper, authors concern about the problem of automatically mapping infobox attributes to properties into the DBpedia ontology. This task aims to identify which Wikipedia attribute should be match to any DBpedia property using instance-based approach. In this work, authors perform with Vietnamese edition as case-study. Experiments show that method achieves impressing results with the high number of correct mappings.