Human Language technology for the Semantic Web

author: Paul Buitelaar, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: June 2005,   views: 6033

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In this talk I will present an overview of Human Language Technology (HLT) and its use in Semantic Web development. HLT is concerned with automatic linguistic processing towards the semantic analysis and extraction of information from textual data. In the context of the Semantic Web the use of HLT is in knowledge markup of web documents for ontology population and text mining for ontology evolution (extension and modification of ontology models). The talk will include examples of both as currently developed in the context of the SmartWeb project on "Mobile Broadband Access to the Semantic Web" -

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