infobox

infobox

A summary of the content on a Web page. Where applicable, Wikipedia uses infoboxes in the upper right corner of the page to highlight the pertinent facts about the article. Infobox content is used in DBpedia, the linked database derived from Wikipedia. See DBpedia and Wikipedia.
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Zain, a major telecom company in Jordan has partnered with Infobox to implement the Infoblox ActiveTrust solution to enable secure internet browsing for its subscribers.
Infobox: Threat intel and orchestration of defence.
Here, we define T = {s, a, d, c} as the set of text features, with a subtitle "s," the attribute names "a" of the infobox, the directory names "d" of the content, and the category tags "c" in the entry page of Baidu Baike.
Fifteen years later, one of the major semantic web initiatives has emerged in the work of search engines to extract semantic data from multiple sites (predominantly Wikipedia) and display a selection of that data to the user in the form of an 'infobox' containing key facts about a particular person, place or thing.
An open information extraction system was presented by [7], this model extracts relation using heuristic matches between Wikipedia infobox and corresponding sentence.
Moscow, Russia, June 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Russia[acute accent]s most reliable data center DataSpace, certified for compliance with Tier III Facility standard, became a site for the launch of the InfoboxCloud platform provided by hosting company Infobox.
When the voice samples are added, users would be able to locate the WikiVip clips at the bottom of the Infobox on each Wikipedia page.
[2] introduce Faceted Wikipedia Search, an alternative search interface for Wikipedia, which facilitates infobox data in order to enable users ask complex questions against Wikipedia's encoded knowledge.
?Te parece correcto que agregue un infobox a Aniceto Latorre?
InfoBox Washington DC: The Dupont Hotel, Washington DC; www.
The design by London architect Foster Lomas was chosen as winner from six entries in a competition to design the Tribeca Infobox, by Liverpool developer Urban Splash.
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.