Expanding the OntoDM ontology with network analysis tasks and algorithms

author: Panče Panov, Department of Knowledge Technologies, Jožef Stefan Institute
published: Oct. 21, 2015,   recorded: October 2015,   views: 1241


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This paper presents the first steps towards integrating concepts from the field of network analysis into the OntoDM ontology of data mining concepts. We have performed an extensive analysis of different subfieds of network analysis to provide a broad overview of the variety of tasks and algorithms that are encountered in the field. The main part of this work was to categorize the tasks and algorithms into a hierarchy that is consistent with the structure of OntoDM and which can systematically cover as many aspects of network analysis as possible. This work is a first step in the direction of OntoDM becoming an ontology that systematically describes not only data mining, but also network analysis. We believe that this work will encourage other researchers working in the filed to provide additional insight and further improve the integration of this field into OntoDM.

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