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knowledge base

EBM
That which a person knows based on his or her mental store of information.
 
Informatics
A store of data which is represented in a way that a computer can search and reason with it automatically. Knowledge bases often use a clinical coding system to label the concepts.
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It is worth discussing implementations with ontologies and data sources other than DBpedia and Wikipedia.
The ontology mapping techniques require relating several DBpedia genre concepts to SEEK Ontology.
The entity extraction and disambiguation uses a knowledge-base approach (Stajner and Mladenic 2009) to disambiguate into DBPedia (9) (Auer et al.
De forma concreta, se han creado enlaces externos con la Nomenclatura de la UNESCO, y con DBpedia en ingles, DBpedia en espanol y DBpedia Latinoamerica.
Niemann & Wolpers (2010) describe semantically the named entities extracted from the manual annotation of LOs (locations and persons) with instances of DBpedia (Bizer et al.
DBLP [8], RKB Explorer [9], Semantic Web Dog Food [10] and DBpedia [21].
To understand what the diagram shows, start with the big DBpedia bubble in the middle.
Another related work known as dbPedia [3] is on extracting structured information from Wikipedia mainly by using the existing structured information, such as Wikipedia infobox templates and by making this information available on the Semantic Web.
For instance, a linked data hub such as DBpedia will store one day of birth for a given person while there may be multiple alternative birthdays available on the overall linked data cloud.
You can assign DBpedia categories to concepts and then autopopulate your thesaurus based on data from DBpedia.
In this case, DBpedia (1) is used as a controlled vocabulary to interlink the different thematic data units of BBC such as music, news, series etc.
We show results on the WI task, exploiting linked data obtained from DBpedia as learning material.