Supervised Ranking of Triples for Type-Like Relations - The Cress Triple Scorer at the WSDM Cup 2017

12/22/2017
by   Faegheh Hasibi, et al.
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This paper describes our participation in the Triple Scoring task of WSDM Cup 2017, which aims at ranking triples from a knowledge base for two type-like relations: profession and nationality. We introduce a supervised ranking method along with the features we designed for this task. Our system has been top ranked with respect to average score difference and 2nd best in terms of Kendall's tau.

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