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Automatic Metadata Generation in an Archaeological Digital Library: Semantic Annotation of Grey Literature [chapter]

Andreas Vlachidis, Ceri Binding, Keith May, Douglas Tudhope
2013 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
Rich metadata is automatically extracted from the reports, directed by the CRM, via a three phase process of semantic enrichment employing the GATE toolkit.  ...  An extension of the CIDOC CRM for the archaeological domain acts as a core ontology.  ...  Thanks are due to the Archaeological Data Service for provision of the OASIS corpus and Phil Carlisle from English Heritage for providing domain thesauri  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-34399-5_10 fatcat:cdpsahboavcplbuw52p5i7aodq

Socio-Political Thesaurus in Concept-Based Information Retrieval [chapter]

Mikhail Ageev, Boris Dobrov, Natalia Loukachevitch
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The same resource and the same algorithm were used for ad-hoc and domain -specific tasks.  ...  In CLEF2005 experiments we used bilingual Russian-English Sociopolitical thesaurus that we constructed for more than 10 years specially as a tool for automatic text processing in information-retrieval  ...  serve as a rich source for development of resources and ontologies in specific domains.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11878773_15 fatcat:zlwokaheybajfcx5mlvoxqje4i

Use of Semantic Web Technologies and Multilinguistic Thesauri for Knowledge-Based Access to Biomedical Resources

Anatoly Gladun, Julia Rogushina
2012 International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications  
We propose to use the ontologies and associated with them thesauri of the appropriate subject domains for representation of biomedicine knowledge.  ...  For more relevant informational retrieval and matching of user request with metadata about biomedical informational recourses it is necessary to formulize the user knowledge about this subject domain.  ...  In some ways a thesaurus can be a bridge from a terminological base to document indexing. It can be used as a normalization of indexing terms.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijisa.2012.01.02 fatcat:wno7h7hw5ja3pgwo7w3gpd2a7u

The Role of E-Vocabularies in the Description and Retrieval of Digital Educational Resources

Ana Fernández-Pampillón
2017 Education Sciences  
resources. 4 of 38 What a Vocabulary Is Like A vocabulary, in any of its interpretations, comprises at least a lexical unit which can be general or specific to a domain [40] .  ...  They can constitute a mechanism to identify, describe, explore, and access all the digital resources with informational content pertaining to a specific knowledge domain.  ...  How Vocabularies Are Used to Describe and Retrieve Digital Educational Resources Retrieval of digitalized resources from the Internet and from large repositories is a specific case of IR, so use of vocabularies  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci7010033 fatcat:55pycpiburdrbbr4u6lyeppbsq

Vocabularies and Retrieval Tools in Biomedicine: Disentangling the Terminological Knot

Klaar Vanopstal, Robert Vander Stichele, Godelieve Laureys, Joost Buysschaert
2009 Journal of medical systems  
To conclude, an overview of these systems and their classification into the three domains is given.  ...  We classified these definitions into three domains: linguistics, knowledge management and bibliographic retrieval. The scope of the terms is therefore highly dependent on the context.  ...  Topic maps, on the other hand; were specifically designed for information indexing and retrieval and consist of a knowledge layercomparable to an ontology-and a resources layer.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10916-009-9389-z pmid:20703537 fatcat:5v3osykxozfxha4vcf3dqlx4oq

Enhancing the Visibility and Relevance of Thesauri in the Web: Searching for a Hub in the Linked Data Environment

Francisco-Javier García-Marco
2016 Knowledge organization  
Thesauri have triumphed in many domains that require precise and exhaustive information because of their representational power, their capability to integrate the concept-based and alphabetical approaches  ...  Nevertheless, there is room to improve their relevance in the digital age by embracing the open linked data initiatives and by taking advantage of their structural and functional proximity to some of the  ...  assessing how well represented is a specific domain.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2016-3-193 fatcat:bzfrakybzbe6bmpffhoeoqljbq

Multiple Evidence for Term Extraction in Broad Domains

Boris V. Dobrov, Natalia V. Loukachevitch
2011 Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing  
The evaluation of the approach is based on manually created thesauri. We show that the use of multiple features considerably improves the automatic extraction of domain-specific terms.  ...  The features are computed from three sources: the occurrence statistics in a domain-specific text collection, the statistics of global search engines, and a domainspecific thesaurus.  ...  At the same time, the resources are intended to be used in automatic text processing (in contrast to classical information-retrieval thesauri for manual indexing) and therefore they have consi-derable  ... 
dblp:conf/ranlp/DobrovL11 fatcat:74jgsltyczeodinz6huxamrela

Instance-based Semantic Interoperability in the Cultural Heritage

Shenghui Wang, Antoine Isaac, Stefan Schlobach, Lourens van der Meij, Balthasar Schopman
2012 Semantic Web Journal  
It discusses two different ways to evaluate potential alignments, one based on the application of re-indexing, one using a reference alignment.  ...  Finally, we firmly position our work in the Cultural Heritage context through an extensive discussion of the relevance for, and issues related to this specific field.  ...  Other projects have applied generic methods on datasets from the CH domain, such as [30] , but correctly identify the limitation of techniques that do not take specificities of the domain into account  ... 
doi:10.3233/sw-2012-0045 fatcat:fq37ewm5fjgb7k3vaipvsfn5ty

Semantic annotation for concept-based cross-language medical information retrieval

Martin Volk, Bärbel Ripplinger, Špela Vintar, Paul Buitelaar, Diana Raileanu, Bogdan Sacaleanu
2002 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
Linguistic processing includes part-of-speech tagging, morphological analysis, phrase recognition and the identification of medical terms and semantic relations between them.  ...  On the other hand they show that semantic information, specifically the combined use of concepts and relations, increases the performance in monolingual and cross-language retrieval. 1 Bärbel Ripplinger  ...  Finally, next to domain-specific thesauri also more general semantic resources such as EuroWordNet [30] have been used in both mono-and cross-language information retrieval [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1386-5056(02)00058-8 pmid:12460635 fatcat:matcl4ufunaczooia2wzuh2ieu

Optimizing an Arabic Query using Comprehensive Query Expansion Techniques

Mohammed Otair, Ghassan Kanaan, Raed Kanaan
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
However, none of them are asserted to present the optimal solution, especially in Arabic language because its complex morphological structure.  ...  This method gets the benefits of both expansion approaches: interactive and automatic query; because the inquired object is automatically expanded and users are discretely engaged in query expansion.  ...  Unlike, setting up such type of manually thesauri requires a lot of human efforts from some domain experts and will be taking plenty of time.  ... 
doi:10.5120/12454-9244 fatcat:uqgk32zbzrdqfo33uer66ultkm

Terminology Retrieval: Towards a Synergy between Thesaurus and Free Text Searching [chapter]

Anselmo Peñas, Felisa Verdejo, Julio Gonzalo
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Automatic Terminology Extraction task, which is used for thesauri construction, shifts to a searching of terminology and becomes an information retrieval task: Terminology Retrieval.  ...  Multilingual Information Retrieval usually forces a choice between free text indexing or indexing by means of multilingual thesaurus.  ...  Most thesauri have been designed to facilitate access to the information contained within one database or group of specific databases.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36131-6_70 fatcat:u5ktslpfaffyrg5wku43vqb4eq

Corpus-Based Thesaurus Construction for Image Retrieval in Specialist Domains [chapter]

Khurshid Ahmad, Mariam Tariq, Bogdan Vrusias, Chris Handy
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper explores the use of texts that are related to an image collection, also known as collateral texts, for building thesauri in specialist domains to aid in image retrieval.  ...  The effectiveness of such an approach is demonstrated through a prototype system that has been developed for the storage and retrieval of images and texts, applied in the forensic science domain. 2 http  ...  of ensuring proper domain coverage is for the construction of a domain-specific thesaurus by combining the sub-domain-specific thesauri built from various progeny corpora.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36618-0_36 fatcat:65y47duhsvewvpepflppw5a5ve

First Steps towards Building a Medical Lexicon for Spanish with Linguistic and Semantic Information

Leonardo Campillos-Llanos
2019 Proceedings of the 18th BioNLP Workshop and Shared Task  
Thesauri are essential for indexing and populating databases, domain-specific information retrieval, and standardized codification (Cimino, 1996) .  ...  from thesauri if attested in domain texts.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/w19-5017 dblp:conf/bionlp/Llanos19 fatcat:4eo6tyrkvzf5djuxx6vfknrxty

A cost-effective lexical acquisition process for large-scale thesaurus translation

Jimmy Lin, G. Craig Murray, Bonnie J. Dorr, Jan Hajič, Pavel Pecina
2008 Language Resources and Evaluation  
However, the specificity of vocabulary terms in most 13 thesauri precludes fully-automatic translation using general-domain lexical resour-14 ces.  ...  In this paper, we present an efficient process for leveraging human translations 15 to construct domain-specific lexical resources.  ...  Fig. 5 5 385 Future work in this vein could explore individual influences of factors such as 386 language complexity, domain specificity, or concept portability.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10579-008-9074-8 fatcat:4kue6ctefvdt5iidwvtojgl3sm

Ontology-based Competency Analyses in New Research Domains

Julia Rogushina, Anatoly Gladun
2012 Journal of Computing and Information Technology  
Ontology-driven methods of competence management oriented on support of scientific research for new domains are proposed.  ...  Ontologies of research domain are matched with personal information about scientific researchers represented into Web (for example, at the social networks) and results of their work (publications, monographs  ...  This approach allows to form a group of experts for each task to improve the composition of which other methods can be used.  ... 
doi:10.2498/cit.1002034 fatcat:ncjnupv5qvgzpfotdpvp75blby
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