A Simple and Efficient Framework for Identifying Relation-gaps in Ontologies

09/12/2020
by   Subhashree S, et al.
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Though many ontologies have huge number of classes, one cannot find a good number of object properties connecting the classes in most of the cases. Adding object properties makes an ontology richer and more applicable for tasks such as Question Answering. In this context, the question of which two classes should be considered for discovering object properties becomes very important. We address the above question in this paper. We propose a simple machine learning framework which exhibits low time complexity and yet gives promising results with respect to both precision as well as number of class-pairs retrieved.

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