FrameBase: Representing N-ary Relations using Semantic Frames
published: July 15, 2015, recorded: June 2015, views: 2551
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Large-scale knowledge graphs such as those in the Linked Data cloud are typically represented as subject-predicate-object triples. However, many facts about the world involve more than two entities. While n-ary relations can be converted to triples in a number of ways, unfortunately, the structurally different choices made in different knowledge sources significantly impede our ability to connect them. They also make it impossible to query the data concisely and without prior knowledge of each individual source. We present FrameBase, a wide-coverage knowledge-base schema that uses linguistic frames to seamlessly represent and query n-ary relations from other knowledge bases, at different levels of granularity connected by logical entailment. It also opens possibilities to draw on natural language processing techniques for querying and data mining.
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