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Exploiting geographic references of documents in a geographical information retrieval system using an ontology-based index

Nieves R. Brisaboa, Miguel R. Luaces, Ángeles S. Places, Diego Seco
2010 Geoinformatica  
First, we propose a new index structure that combines an inverted index and a spatial index based on an ontology of geographic space.  ...  Lately, a new research eld called Geographic Information Retrieval has appeared from the intersection of these two elds.  ...  Even though it is very common that textual and geographic information occur together in information systems, the geographic references of documents are rarely used in information retrieval systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10707-010-0106-3 fatcat:ea57tqp3nzdehl5c23ihorwjpy

A Semantic Enhanced Model for effective Spatial Information Retrieval [article]

Adeyinka K. Akanbi, Olusanya Y. Agunbiade, Sadiq Kuti, Olumuyiwa J. Dehinbo
2014 arXiv   pre-print
A lot of information on the web is geographically referenced.  ...  The system focuses on semantic search, ontology, and efficient spatial information retrieval.  ...  Klien et al (2004) [7] presented a design for ontology-based discovery and retrieval of geographic information for solving existing problems of semantic heterogeneity.  ... 
arXiv:1406.1969v1 fatcat:4mk5i3zdefgw7po5arfwmvgia4

A Novel Retrieval Method for Multimodal Point of Interest Data

Ying Xia, Shiyan Luo, Xu Zhang, Hae Young Bae
2014 International Journal of Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering  
With the rapid development of mobile Internet, mobile geographic information service becomes more and more popular.  ...  Point of interest (POI) is the core content of mobile geographic information service, and it exhibits the properties of multi-source, heterogeneity and media convergence under the circumstance of multiple  ...  of Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications (A2012-34).  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijmue.2014.9.7.24 fatcat:eocdfx7trbdtfcb3qoowpfdlyu

A Study on Geographic Information Services Ontology and Its Applications

Peichao Guan, Guobin Zhu, Bing Yan
2015 Cybernetics and Information Technologies  
Based on the relevant studies and successful applications of Geographic information ontology and Web services ontology in the last decade, this paper discusses the utility and research trend of the Geographic  ...  information services Ontology in the prospective of Geographic information ontology and the Semantization of the Geographic information services.  ...  researches of application only deal with the semantic expression of the geographic information in a specific field or ontology-based retrieval in a particular application environment.  ... 
doi:10.1515/cait-2015-0079 fatcat:gl2473e55bhrbbruy5kclwin3i

A Semantic Expansion Model for VGI Retrieval

Sun, Xia, Li, Shen, Liu
2019 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
This paper constructed an OSM ontology model with semantic property items. A query expansion method is also proposed based on the similarity of properties of the ontology model.  ...  The experimental results demonstrate that the recall and precision of the proposed method reach 80% and 87% for geographic information retrieval, respectively.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi8120589 fatcat:jl35frjuhraqzfkcnjkuirrhty

Ontology-based topological representation of remote-sensing images

Rafael Oliva-Santos, Francisco Maciá-Pérez, Eduardo Garea-Llano
2013 International Journal of Remote Sensing  
This article aims to propose an ontology-based topological representation of remote sensing images.  ...  This representation has been validated by a case study of semantic retrieval based on the Normalised Vegetation Index (NDVI), taking into account the topological relations between NDVI regions in images  ...  Conclusions In this work, we have proposed a topological representation of remote sensing images based on the use of ontologies as a conceptual platform for persistence and geographical information retrieval  ... 
doi:10.1080/01431161.2013.858847 fatcat:o55zwnbalzfz7ch6knunnueu5q

Retrieving Documents with Geographic References Using a Spatial Index Structure Based on Ontologies [chapter]

Miguel R. Luaces, Ángeles S. Places, Francisco J. Rodríguez, Diego Seco
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Lately, a new research field called Geographic Information Retrieval has appeared from the intersection of these two fields.  ...  In addition, we describe the architecture of a system for geographic information retrieval that uses this new index structure.  ...  a geographic information retrieval system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-87991-6_46 fatcat:tws2ibj6jfenbbgz2xqhumbrvy

Ontology-Based Query Construction for GeoCLEF [chapter]

Rui Wang, Günter Neumann
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes experiments with geographical information retrieval (GIR). Being different from the traditional information IR, we focus more on the query expansion instead of document ranking.  ...  We parse each topic into the event part and the geographic part and use different ontologies to expand both parts respectively. The results show promising results of our strategy for this task.  ...  Introduction The goal of geographic information retrieval (GIR) is to retrieve documents for topics with a geographic specification [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04447-2_116 fatcat:o2hlqzm4cndefehgdj3p66fowq

Intelligent Information Retrieval System

Bola Abimbola
2022 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning  
An Intelligent Information Retrieval (IIR) is a machine learning system used by users to retrieve the massive volume of information available through internet.  ...  The objective is to evaluate a set of categories and concepts in the domain field that demonstrates some relations between them to elaborate how poor quality of information retrieval in digital library  ...  It aimed at improving concept-based information retrieval by integrating domain ontology, casebased reasoning process, and traditional information retrieval process (Lin, 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.51483/ijaiml.2.1.2022.71-74 fatcat:ms4f44e4mbhpbdjfo27f6pkxbu

A Semantic Approach to Describe Geospatial Resources [chapter]

Sidney Roberto de Sousa
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Geographic information systems (GIS) are increasingly using geospatial data from the Web to produce geographic information.  ...  This approach is based on semantic annotations that use geographic metadata and ontologies to describe heterogeneous geospatial data.  ...  The choice of the ontology term is done by a mechanism that queries the ontology base for URI of terms; -Ontology base: The ontology base is composed by geospatial and agricultural ontologies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04947-7_39 fatcat:ovxgfifoqnecvjb4xtn5ofgmnm

Geographic Information System Based on Mobile Agent and Ontology

Ashwaq Maghraby Ashwaq Maghraby
2012 journal of King Abdulaziz University Engineering Sciences  
Based on the concept of agent, we introduce a multi-agent architecture to develop a GIS Multi-Agent System based on Ontology (GISMAO) that enables cooperation to assist different users to locate and retrieve  ...  A Geographic Information System (GIS) is an important distributed information resource. GIS technology is being utilized in many areas of research.  ...  Conclusion and Future Work This research, presented architecture and prototype for geographic information locating and retrieving based on agent technology and ontology (GIS Multi-Agent System based on  ... 
doi:10.4197/eng.23-1.3 fatcat:n7ed5umzjzcgnihtl56w3tqscm

A Survey of Volunteered Open Geo-Knowledge Bases in the Semantic Web [chapter]

Andrea Ballatore, David C. Wilson, Michela Bertolotto
2013 Intelligent Systems Reference Library  
Increasing 'geographic intelligence' in traditional text-based information retrieval has become a prominent approach to respond to this issue and to fulfill users' spatial information needs.  ...  Research directions in information integration and Geographic Information Retrieval (GIR) are then reviewed, with a critical discussion of their current limitations and future prospects.  ...  Ontology-powered Geographic Information Retrieval (GIR) Information retrieval (IR) is a vast and rapidly evolving area of computer science.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-37688-7_5 fatcat:i72rmxk36fbnrmnrdpkmccrbfu

Semantic Rules for Context-Aware Geographical Information Retrieval [chapter]

Carsten Keßler, Martin Raubal, Christoph Wosniok
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The task of recommending personalized surf spots based on user location and preferences serves as a case study to evaluate the capabilities of semantic rules for context-aware geographical information  ...  Geographical information retrieval (GIR) can benefit from context information to adapt the results to a user's current situation and personal preferences.  ...  As such, the surf spot finder is a prime example of context-aware geographical information retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04471-7_7 fatcat:vqmdlou7hzdtligqrdlxjmzjue

Research of intelligent information retrieval system ontology-based in digital library

Lizhen Liu, Chengli Wang, Minhua Wu, Guoqiang He
2008 2008 IEEE International Symposium on IT in Medicine and Education  
Domain specific ontology can be used to improve information retrieval from traditional level based on keyword to the lay based on knowledge (or concept) and change the process of retrieval from traditional  ...  A digital library is a type of information retrieval (IR) system. The existing information retrieval methodologies generally have problems on keyword-searching.  ...  In [2] , it described geographical information retrieval with ontology of place that may be used to derive semantic distance measures for use in geographically-referenced information retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1109/itme.2008.4743890 fatcat:bg3sdxh7fnft5ot27jzwh2yhee

An approach for service oriented discovery and retrieval of spatial data

Manoj Paul, S. K. Ghosh
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 international workshop on Service-oriented software engineering - SOSE '06  
Ontology-based discovery and retrieval of geographic data solves the problem of semantic heterogeneity, the major bottleneck for spatial interoperability.  ...  We have adopted service-oriented architecture (SOA) for the discovery and retrieval of geospatial data. The architecture uses a central ontology as metadata information, which acts as service broker.  ...  Ontology-based Catalog Accepting the diversity of geographic data domain, explicit context models can be used to reinterpret information.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1138486.1138505 fatcat:stfyxtilsnbzbhkkxxc5jwuhme
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