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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We explored the extent to which entities represented in different ways repeat on the Web, how they are related, and how they complement (or link) to each other. ... to extract this information and perform knowledge graph construction and mapping onto DBpedia, as well as iii) the resulting knowledge graph (VoldemortKG) obtained via label matching techniques. ... The authors would like to thank DAPLAB 15 for providing the resources necessary to create the datasets and, in particular, Benoit Perroud and Christophe Bovigny for their precious help. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-46547-0_23 fatcat:5ylp5gzg7zdwhf3m55sq2b3wwa
The Web Conference
Discovering the appropriate type of an entity in the Web of Data is still considered an open challenge, given the complexity of the many tasks it entails. ... same time a firstclass citizen in the Web of Data. ... Food Science and Nutrition Center (http://nutritioncenter.epfl.ch). ...dblp:conf/www/SmerosGCA17 fatcat:eexgjyxbirdhne2znnwhysifjm
entities. ... While Google coined the term Knowledge Graph first and promoted it as a means to improve their search results, they are used in many applications today. ... We follow the conventions of the Linked Open Data Cloud diagrams 5  , which are used to depict linked datasets and their connections. ...arXiv:2003.00719v3 fatcat:4ytjtdd7vrc4jne43p2gt7jucu