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Course Project - Event-specific KPE

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This is a slide of a semantic web course project. Here is just some initial ideas and achievements.

This is a slide of a semantic web course project. Here is just some initial ideas and achievements.

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  • Information overload - key phrases extraction, text summarization, etc
  • Information overload - key phrases extraction, text summarization, etc
  • Entity RecognitionRelationship Extraction (Information Extraction)Event Ontology
  • Entity RecognitionRelationship Extraction (Information Extraction)Event Ontology
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    • 1. Semantic Empowered Event-specific Key Phrases Extraction
      Lu Chen @ http://knoesis.wright.edu/
    • 2. Motivation
    • 3. Motivation
      • Automatic key phrases extraction technique is fundamental to fight against the “information overload”, but is it enough?
    • A better way
    • 4. Ideas
      • Associate semantics of those key phrases by connecting them with rich relationships.
      • 5. What it is: associate meaning to a single key phrase
      • 6. How it is related to the event: connect those key phrases with their relationships in the context of the event
      • 7. Leverage the power of knowledge
      • 8. Explicit knowledge from public knowledge base (i.e., Wikipedia, freebase, etc.)
      • 9. Implicit knowledge from corpus (i.e., concurrence, frequency, etc.)
    • Architecture
    • 10. Millstones
      • Key Phrases Extraction (traditional way using implicit knowledge)
      • 11. Event Ontology (concepts and relations)
      • 12. Entity Recognition
      • 13. Relationship Extraction
    • Current Achievement
      • Key Phrases Extraction
      • 14. Frequent Noun Phrases
      • 15. Noise Removing
      • 16. Demonstration
      • 17. http://twitris.knoesis.org/
    • Current Achievement
      • An initial Event Ontology