Serving DBPedia with DOLCE - More than Just Adding a Cherry on Top

author: Heiko Paulheim, Institut für Informatik, University of Mannheim
published: Nov. 10, 2015,   recorded: October 2015,   views: 1708


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Large knowledge bases, such as DBpedia, are most often created heuristically due to scalability issues. In the building process, both random as well as systematic errors may occur. In this paper, we focus on finding systematic errors, or anti-patterns, in DBpedia. We show that by aligning the DBpedia ontology to the foundational ontology DOLCEZero, and by combining reasoning and clustering of the reasoning results, errors affecting millions of statements can be identified at a minimal workload for the knowledge base designer.

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