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DBpedia

(DataBasePEDIA) The linked open data version of Wikipedia. DBpedia contains the structured data in Wikipedia articles to enable semantic queries. Introduced in 2007, DBpedia contains more than four million elements describing people, companies, places, music, films, species, diseases and video games. It also links to more than 50 million images and Web pages. See Wikipedia, knowledge base and Semantic Web.
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Soren Auer will discuss the creation of large data and knowledge bases such as DBPedia and OntoWiki.
3]used DBpedia (6), a structured ontology representing a Wikipedia (7) page, for similarity calculation in addition to WordNet.
Since named entities are often ambiguous, especially in multidomain ontologies, such as DBpedia [13], we have to employ sophisticated methods to determine the correct corresponding semantic concept of a named entity.
0 goes beyond metatagging to help publishers automatically integrate their content with Linked Data and open Web assets from Wikipedia, DBpedia, GeoNames, the Internet Movie Database (IMDB), Shopping.
DBLP [8], RKB Explorer [9], Semantic Web Dog Food [10] and DBpedia [21].
You can assign DBpedia categories to concepts and then autopopulate your thesaurus based on data from DBpedia.
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.
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.
UMBEL's reference concepts are mapped to Wikipedia, DBpedia ontology classes, GeoNames and PROTON.