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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Ontology learning -loosely, the process of knowledge extraction from diverse data sources -provides (semi-) automatic support for ontology construction. As the 'Web of Linked Data' vision of the Semantic Web is coming true, the 'explosion' of Linked Data provides more than sufficient data for ontology learning algorithms in terms of quantity. However, with respect to quality, notable issue of noises (e.g., partial or erroneous data) arises from Linked Data construction. Our doctoral researchesdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-25093-4_31 fatcat:uggfwwvk75d57de4gpd2vtclly