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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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Um dos projetos desenvolvidos pela equipe do Labs, batizado de The News Juicer, consistiu em um prototipo para extracao de conceitos, seu relacionamento com a DBPedia e anotacao automatica nos arquivos da BBC.
Dessa forma, o DBpedia incentiva a comunidade de pesquisadores a constituir grupos de trabalho cooperativos alimentadores de informacoes.
In addition, Wikipedia pages are classified into categories according to the DBpedia ontology (13) (DBpedia is a structured version of Wikipedia).
DBpedia already contains these internal links as RDF triples through the wikiPageWikiLink predicate.
Semantic Linking of Learning Object Repositories to DBpedia.
DBpedia extracted structure information from Wikipedia and made it available on the web.
Future work will also involve the adoption of existing vocabularies such as SKOS and DBpedia for enriching the KNOWEB-S model defined in section 1.
A typical example is DBpedia, which converts information from Wikipedia into the Linked Data format.
In this way one can annotate text on different levels of granularity including topic category of the whole document, extraction of facts mentioned in the text, named entity extraction and resolution (into some ontology such as, DBPedia, OpenCyc).
Works were linked to instances in DBpedia and Project Gutenberg, while people were linked to instances in DBpedia and the Virtual International Authority File (VIAF).
2001), DBpedia (Bizer 2008), are lightweight or light heavyweight, since those have no axioms.