The YAGO-NAGA Approach to Knowledge Discovery

In this paper, the authors gives an overview on the YAGO-NAGA approach to information extraction for building a conveniently searchable, large-scale, highly accurate knowledge base of common facts. YAGO harvests infoboxes and category names of Wikipedia for facts about individual entities and it reconciles these with the taxonomic backbone of WordNet in order to ensure that all entities have proper classes and the class system is consistent. Currently, the YAGO knowledge base contains about 19 million instances of binary relations for about 1.95 million entities.

Provided by: Association for Computing Machinery Topic: Data Management Date Added: Dec 2008 Format: PDF

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