Enabling Complex Wikipedia Queries - Technical Report

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Enabling Complex Wikipedia Queries - Technical Report
Gilad Katz
Bracha Shapira
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Enabling Complex Wikipedia Queries - Technical Report - scientific work related to Wikipedia quality published in 2015, written by Gilad Katz and Bracha Shapira.


In this technical report authors present a database schema used to store Wikipedia so it can be easily used in query-intensive applications. In addition to storing the information in a way that makes it highly accessible, schema enables users to easily formulate complex queries using information such as the anchor-text of links and their location in the page, the titles and number of redirect pages for each page and the paragraph structure of entity pages. Authors have successfully used the schema in domains such as recommender systems, information retrieval and sentiment analysis. In order to assist other researchers, authors now make the schema and its content available online.


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Katz, Gilad; Shapira, Bracha. (2015). "[[Enabling Complex Wikipedia Queries - Technical Report]]".

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