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Linking Korean Predicates to Knowledge Base Properties
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  • Journal title : Journal of KIISE
  • Volume 42, Issue 12,  2015, pp.1568-1574
  • Publisher : Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers
  • DOI : 10.5626/JOK.2015.42.12.1568
 Title & Authors
Linking Korean Predicates to Knowledge Base Properties
Won, Yousung; Woo, Jongseong; Kim, Jiseong; Hahm, YoungGyun; Choi, Key-Sun;
 
 Abstract
Relation extraction plays a role in for the process of transforming a sentence into a form of knowledge base. In this paper, we focus on predicates in a sentence and aim to identify the relevant knowledge base properties required to elucidate the relationship between entities, which enables a computer to understand the meaning of a sentence more clearly. Distant Supervision is a well-known approach for relation extraction, and it performs lexicalization tasks for knowledge base properties by generating a large amount of labeled data automatically. In other words, the predicate in a sentence will be linked or mapped to the possible properties which are defined by some ontologies in the knowledge base. This lexical and ontological linking of information provides us with a way of generating structured information and a basis for enrichment of the knowledge base.
 Keywords
predicate linking;ontology lexicalization;word embedding;natural language processing;knowledge base;
 Language
Korean
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