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|Title:||Weakly Supervised Approaches for Ontology Population|
|Authors:||TANEV Hristo; MAGNINI Bernardo|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||We present a weakly supervised approach to automatic ontology population from text and compare it with two other unsupervised approaches. In our experiments we populate a part of our ontology of Named Entities. We consider two high llevel categories - geographical locations and person names and ten sub-classes for each category. For each sub-class we automatically learn a syntactic model from a list of training examples and a parsed corpus. A novel syntactic indexing method allowed us to use large quantities of syntactically annotated data. The syntactic model for each named entity sub-class is a set of weighted syntactic features, i.e. words which typically co-occur with the members of the class in the corpus. The method is weakly supervised, since no manually annotated corpus is used in the learning process. The syntactic models are used to classify the unknown Named Entities in the test set. The method achieved promissing results, i.e. 65% accuracy, and outperforms significantly the other two approaches.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen|
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