Knowledge Representation and Rule Mining in Entity-Centric Knowledge Bases

Abstract : Entity-centric knowledge bases are large collections of facts about entities of public interest, such as countries, politicians, or movies. They find applications in search engines, chatbots, and semantic data mining systems. In this paper, we first discuss the knowledge representation that has emerged as a pragmatic consensus in the research community of entity-centric knowledge bases. Then, we describe how these knowledge bases can be mined for logical rules. Finally, we discuss how entities can be represented alternatively as vectors in a vector space, by help of neural networks.
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Fabian Suchanek, Jonathan Lajus, Armand Boschin, Gerhard Weikum. Knowledge Representation and Rule Mining in Entity-Centric Knowledge Bases. Doctoral. Italy. 2019. ⟨hal-02302740⟩

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