Natural Language & Ontologies


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Ontology Verbalization


Acewiki: Collaborative ontology management in controlled natural language [PDF] from arxiv.orgT Kuhn – Arxiv preprint arXiv:0807.4623, 2008 – arxiv.org Abstract: AceWiki is a prototype that shows how a semantic wiki using controlled natural  language-Attempto Controlled English (ACE) in our case-can make ontology management  easy for everybody. Sentences in ACE can automatically be translated into first-order logic … Cited by 32 – Related articles – All 11 versions

Rabbit: Developing a control natural language for authoring ontologies [PDF] from eswc2008.orgG Hart, M Johnson… – The semantic web: research and …, 2008 – Springer The mathematical nature of description logics has meant that domain experts find them hard  to understand. This forms a significant impediment to the creation and adoption of  ontologies. This paper describes Rabbit, a Controlled Natural Language that can be … Cited by 42 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 11 versions

Natural language interfaces to ontologies: Combining syntactic analysis and ontology-based lookup through the user interaction [PDF] from gate.ac.ukD Damljanovic, M Agatonovic… – The Semantic Web: …, 2010 – Springer With large datasets such as Linked Open Data available, there is a need for more user- friendly interfaces which will bring the advantages of these data closer to the casual users.  Several recent studies have shown user preference to Natural Language Interfaces (NLIs) … Cited by 14 – Related articles – All 5 versions

[PDF] Querying biomedical ontologies in natural language using answer set programming [PDF] from sabanciuniv.eduH Erdogan, U Oztok, Y Erdem… – Proc. of SWAT4LS, 2010 – webfiles.sabanciuniv.edu Recent advances in health and life sciences have led to generation of a large amount of  data. To facilitate access to its desired parts, such a big mass of data has been represented  in structured forms, like biomedical ontologies. On the other hand, representing ontologies … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 9 versions

Querying Biomedical Ontologies in Natural Language using Answer Set [PDF] from arxiv.orgH Erdogan, U Oztok, Y Erdem… – Arxiv preprint arXiv:1012.1899, 2010 – arxiv.org Abstract: In this work, we develop an intelligent user interface that allows users to enter  biomedical queries in a natural language, and that presents the answers (possibly with  explanations if requested) in a natural language. We develop a rule layer over biomedical … Related articles – All 3 versions

A linguistic ontology of space for natural language processing JA Bateman, J Hois, R Ross… – Artificial Intelligence, 2010 – Elsevier We present a detailed semantics for linguistic spatial expressions supportive of  computational processing that draws substantially on the principles and tools of ontological  engineering and formal ontology. We cover language concerned with space, actions in … Cited by 31 – Related articles – All 4 versions

Natural language-based approach for helping in the reuse of ontology design patterns [PDF] from upm.esG Aguado de Cea, A Gómez-Pérez… – … : Practice and Patterns, 2008 – Springer Experiments in the reuse of Ontology Design Patterns (ODPs) have revealed that users with  different levels of expertise in ontology modelling face difficulties when reusing ODPs. With  the aim of tackling this problem we propose a method and a tool for supporting a semi- … Cited by 20 – Related articles – All 5 versions

[HTML] Evaluation of an Ontology-anchored Natural Language-based Approach for Asserting Multi-scale Biomolecular Networks for Systems Medicine [HTML] from nih.govTB Borlawsky, J Li, L Shagina… – AMIA Summits on …, 2010 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Abstract The ability to adequately and efficiently integrate unstructured, heterogeneous  datasets, which are incumbent to systems biology and medicine, is one of the primary  limitations to their comprehensive analysis. Natural language processing (NLP) and … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 4 versions

[PDF] A common ground for virtual humans: Using an ontology in a natural language oriented virtual human architecture [PDF] from brandeis.eduA Hartholt, T Russ, D Traum… – … (LREC).(May 2008), 2008 – pages.cs.brandeis.edu Abstract When dealing with large, distributed systems that use state-of-the-art components,  individual components are usually developed in parallel. As development continues, the  decoupling invariably leads to a mismatch between how these components internally … Cited by 11 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 12 versions

[PDF] Automatic Evaluation of Search Ontologies in the Entertainment Domain using Natural Language Processing [PDF] from bgu.ac.ilM Elhadad, D Gabay… – Applied Semantic Web Technologies, 2011 – cs.bgu.ac.il Abstract. Information Retrieval (IR) research has recently started addressing the information  need of exploratory search, where the searcher may be unfamiliar with the domain or not  have decided what is the goal of his query. A popular approach to support exploratory … Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

[BOOK] An Ontology of Time: Representing Complex Temporal Phenomena for the Semantic Web and Natural Language F Pan – 2009 – dl.acm.org Abstract As an essential dimension of our information space, time plays a very important role  in every aspect of our lives. A specification of temporal information is necessarily required for  a large group of applications, including the Semantic Web and natural language. In … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Library Search

[CITATION] “Effective Natural Language Paraphrasing of Ontologies on the Semantic Web,” End User Semantic Web Interaction Workshop, CEUR-WS Proceedings, … D Hewlett, A Kalyanpur, V Kolovski… – 2009 Cited by 3 – Related articles

[CITATION] Reasoning over natural language text by means of FrameNet and ontologies J Scheffczyk, CF Baker… – Ontologies and the Lexicon. Cambridge …, 2010 Cited by 5 – Related articles

Recovering traceability links between a simple natural language sentence and source code using domain ontologies T Yoshikawa, S Hayashi… – … Maintenance, 2009. ICSM …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract This paper proposes an ontology-based technique for recovering traceability links  between a natural language sentence specifying features of a software product and the  source code of the product. Some software products have been released without detailed … Cited by 8 – Related articles – All 2 versions

An open-source natural language generator for OWL ontologies and its use in Protégé and Second Life [PDF] from aclweb.orgD Galanis, G Karakatsiotis, G Lampouras… – Proceedings of the 12th …, 2009 – dl.acm.org Abstract We demonstrate an open-source natural language generation engine that  produces descriptions of entities and classes in English and Greek from OWL ontologies that  have been annotated with linguistic and user modeling information expressed in RDF. We … Cited by 9 – Related articles – All 19 versions

Natural language directed inference from ontologies [PDF] from aberdeen.ac.ukC Mellish… – Artificial Intelligence, 2008 – Elsevier This paper presents an investigation into the problem of content determination in natural  language generation (NLG), using as an example the problem of determining what to say  when asked “What is an A?”, where A is a concept defined in an OWL ontology. It is shown … Cited by 12 – Related articles – All 7 versions

GOSPL: Grounding Ontologies with Social Processes and Natural Language C Debruyne, Q Reul… – … : New Generations (ITNG), …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract In this paper, we present the GOSPL application that supports communities during  the ontology engineering process by exploiting Social Web technologies and natural  language. The resulting knowledge can then be transformed into RDF (S). Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

Ontology-based natural language processing for in-store shopping situations [PDF] from unisg.chS Janzen… – Semantic Computing, 2009. ICSC’09. …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract Natural Language communication between customers and products within in-store  shopping environments enables new forms of product interfaces and an improved filtering  and intuitive presentation of product information. In this article, we describe how … Cited by 7 – Related articles – All 7 versions

[PDF] A natural language ontology-driven query interface [PDF] from crim.frE Franconi, P Guagliardo, S Tessaris… – … on Terminology and …, 2011 – tia2011.crim.fr Recent research showed that adopting formal ontologies as a means for accessing  heterogeneous data sources has many benefits, in that not only does it provide a uniform  and flexible approach to integrating and describing such sources, but it can also support … View as HTML

[BOOK] Ontology and the lexicon: a natural language processing perspective C Huang, N Calzolari, A Gangemi, A Lenci… – 2010 – lavoisier.fr Part I. Fundamental Aspects: 1. Ontology and the lexicon: a multi-disciplinary perspective  Laurent PrÃ(c) vot, Chu-Ren Huang, Nicoletta Calzolari, Aldo Gangemi, Alessandro Lenci,  and Alessandro Oltramari, 2. Formal ontology as interlingua: the SUMO and WordNet … Cited by 3 – Related articles – Cached – Library Search – All 3 versions

[CITATION] From Web directories to lightweight ontology: natural language processing and formalization Q Ju, FJ Yang – Jisuanji Yingyong Yanjiu, 2010 – … Applications,| a 3 Chengke West Rd …

Ontology based entity disambiguation with natural language patterns [PDF] from joint-research.orgJ Kleb… – Digital Information Management, 2009. ICDIM …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract Text is still the most important carrier of information. Names are essential anchor  points in text, and they are essential to link pieces of information spread in the text.  Unfortunately names are ambiguous, which makes it difficult for systems to understand … Cited by 3 – Related articles – All 7 versions

[PDF] Ontology Based Queries-Investigating a Natural Language Interface [PDF] from ceur-ws.orgI Van Der Sluis, F Hielkema, C Mellish… – Proc. of VISSW 2010, …, 2010 – ceur-ws.org ABSTRACT In this paper we look at what may be learned from a comparative study  examining non-technical users with a background in social science browsing and querying  metadata. Four query tasks were carried out with a natural language interface and with an … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 8 versions

[PDF] Matching Natural Language Data with Ontologies [PDF] from ceur-ws.orgJ Heinecke – 2010 – ceur-ws.org Abstract. Ontologies and natural languages are complementary. Whereas ontologies are  used to model knowledge formally, natural language is primarily used by users to  communicate with ontology based systems. In order to transform information or queries in … Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

Ontology learning from biomedical natural language documents using UMLS JM Ruiz-Martínez, R Valencia-García… – Expert Systems with …, 2011 – Elsevier Abstract The generation of new knowledge is continuous in biomedical domains, thus  biomedical literature is becoming harder to understand. Ontologies provide vocabulary  standardization, so they can be helpful to facilitate the understanding of biomedical texts. … Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] Combining Ontologies And Natural Language [PDF] from meraka.org.zaW Fischer… – ADVANCES IN ONTOLOGIES, 2010 – krr.meraka.org.za Abstract Ontologies are a popular concept for capturing semantic knowledge of the world in  a computer understandable way. Todays ontological standards have been designed with  primarily the logical formalisms in mind and therefore leaving the linguistic information … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

[CITATION] Situation semantics and the ontology of natural language. In von Heusinger, K., Maierborn, C., & Portner, P J Ginzburg – The Handbook of Semantics, 2009 Cited by 2 – Related articles

Natural Language Processing methods and systems for biomedical ontology learning K Liu, WR Hogan… – Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 2011 – Elsevier While the biomedical informatics community widely acknowledges the utility of domain  ontologies, there remain many barriers to their effective use. One important requirement of  domain ontologies is that they must achieve a high degree of coverage of the domain … Cited by 4 – Related articles – All 7 versions

[PDF] Inducing Ontologies from Folksonomies using Natural Language Understanding [PDF] from lrec-conf.orgM Tatu… – Proceedings of the Seventh conference on …, 2010 – lrec-conf.org Abstract Folksonomies are unsystematic, unsophisticated collections of keywords  associated by social bookmarking users to web content and, despite their inconsistency  problems (typographical errors, spelling variations, use of space or punctuation as … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

Fuzzy ontology for natural language JM Taylor… – … (NAFIPS), 2010 Annual Meeting of the …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract The paper outlines a framework for a full incorporation of fuzziness into a  comprehensive system of natural language meaning processing with the help of ontological  semantic technology. It goes far beyond the traditional examples of fuzziness for natural … Cited by 6 – Related articles

[CITATION] Situation Semantics and the ontology of natural language J Ginzburg – 2008 Cited by 1 – Related articles

Organizing Knowledge as an Ontology of the Domain of Resilient Computing by Means of Natural Language Processing-An Experience Report- [PDF] from uni-ulm.deA Avizienis, G Grigonyte, J Haller… – Proc. of FLAIRS-22, …, 2009 – aaai.org Abstract Scientists typically need to take a large volume of information into account in order  to deal with re-occurring tasks such as inspecting proceedings, finding related work, or  reviewing papers. Our work aims at filling the gap between text documents and a … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

A robust ontology-based method for translating natural language queries to conceptual graphs T Cao, T Cao… – The Semantic Web, 2008 – Springer A natural language interface is always desirable for a search system. While performance of  machine translation for general texts with acceptable computational costs seems to reach a  limit, narrowing down the domain to one of queries reduces the complexity and enables … Cited by 6 – Related articles – All 6 versions

[CITATION] Usability of Natural Language Interfaces for Querying Ontologies (poster) D Damljanovic, M Agatonovic… – … on Controlled Natural Language ( …, 2009 Cited by 1 – Related articles

Creating and querying formal ontologies via controlled natural language| Macquarie University ResearchOnline R Schwitter – 2010 – researchonline.mq.edu.au Description Formal ontologies are difficult to read and understand for domain experts who  do not have a background in formal logic. This severely restricts the ability of this user group  to determine whether an ontology conforms to the requirements of the application domain …

An Overview of Shallow and Deep Natural Language Processing for Ontology Learning A Zouaq – Ontology Learning and Knowledge Discovery Using …, 2011 – igi-global.com ABSTRACT This chapter gives an overview over the state-of-the-art in natural language  processing for ontology learning. It presents two main NLP techniques for knowledge  extraction from text, namely shallow techniques and deep techniques, and explains their … Related articles – All 3 versions

System and Method for Extracting Radiological Information Utilizing Radiological Domain Report Ontology and Natural Language Processing CR Hale, DE Satz… – US Patent App. 12/625,880, 2009 – Google Patents (57) ABSTRACT A system and method that employs radiological report domain ontology  and natural language processing to specify and model historical radiological information as  knowledge is provided. The system and method trains a statistical probability based … All 2 versions

From natural language requirements to requirement ontologies R Li, K He… – Future Computer and Communication ( …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract This paper presents a requirement ontology which can represent both sentence  level semantics which means semantics in the structure of a sentence, and word level  semantics which means the meaning of a word. In this way, complete semantics of a … Cited by 1 – Related articles

Creating and querying formal ontologies via controlled natural language R Schwitter – Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2010 – Taylor & Francis Formal ontologies are difficult to read and understand for domain experts who do not have a  background in formal logic. This severely restricts the ability of this user group to determine  whether an ontology conforms to the requirements of the application domain or not. We … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 4 versions

Inducing Ontologies from Folksonomies using Natural Language Understanding [PDF] from dtic.milD Moldovan – 2009 – DTIC Document Abstract: During the Phase I period, Lymba studied the feasibility of an automated system  that exposes a folksonomy’s semantic structure. We developed a prototype system that  implements our proposed design and exposes a folksonomy’s semantic structure by … Related articles – Library Search – All 4 versions

[PDF] The Why’s, How’s, and What-of’s of Natural Language Ontology [PDF] from maxpetrenko.comV Raskin, CF Hempelmann, JM Taylor… – … Ontology …, 2009 – maxpetrenko.com ABSTRACT. After almost two decades of the design, development, justification, and  testing/implementation of a natural language ontology in the Direct Meaning Access (DMA)  ontological semantic school, the paper revisits the crucial issues of the relationship of its … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[CITATION] Generating natural language descriptions from OWL ontologies: experience from the NaturalOWL system I Androutsopoulos… – Submitted for publication. Available from the authors …, 2008 Cited by 4 – Related articles

Ontology-based view of natural language meaning: the case of humor detection JM Taylor – Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized …, 2010 – Springer Abstract This paper deals with computational detection of humor. It assumes that  computational humor is an useful task for any number of reasons and in many applications.  Besides these applications, it also shows that recognition of humor is a perfect test … Cited by 4 – Related articles – All 2 versions

An Ontology-Based Natural Language Service Discovery Engine-Design and Experimental Evaluation J Becker, O Mueller… – 2010 – aisel.aisnet.org Abstract Around the globe, we are witnessing a transition from a primarily goods-based to a  service-based economy. At the same time, advances in information technology provide  significant opportunities for the electronic provisioning of services via the internet. As a … Related articles

Real-time semantic annotation system and the method of creating ontology documents on the fly from natural language string entered by user JJ Jung, K Choi, J Ahn… – EP Patent 2,182,447, 2010 – freepatentsonline.com The present invention relates to a real-time semantic annotation system and method that are  capable of converting natural language character strings, entered by a user using an input  device, into semantically-readable knowledge structure documents in real time. The … Cached

A method of natural language understanding on SPARQL ontology query T Yang… – … Control and Automation (WCICA), 2011 9th …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract In this paper, the development of a SPARQL ontology query based on Natural  Language Understanding is presented. To obtain ontology knowledge conveniently,  Stanford Parser for user’s natural language inquiring is utilized, and query triple according … Related articles

[CITATION] Conceptual Modelling and Ontologies Related Posters-Conceptual Model Generation from Requirements Model: A Natural Language Processing … A Montes, H Pacheco… – Lecture Notes in …, 2008 – Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1973-

[CITATION] Owl-path: an ontology-guided natural language query editor JL Chirlaque, R Valencia-García, F García-Sánchez… – … Conference on Computer …, 2009 Cited by 3 – Related articles

An ontology-based approach to natural language generation from coded data in electronic health records M Arguello, J Des, MJ Fernandez-Prieto… – Proceedings of the …, 2011 – usir.salford.ac.uk Abstract The worldwide adoption of the HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) is  promoting the availability of coded data (CDA entries) within sections of clinical documents.  At the moment, an increasing number of studies are investigating ways to transform the … Cached

Ontology knowledge authoring by natural language empowerment A Ferrara, S Montanelli, G Varese… – Database and Expert …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract One of the main limitations in using ontologies in modern information systems is  due to the fact that the design and maintenance of ontologies is a complex activity that  requires a specific background in formal logics and data semantics. In this paper, we … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 6 versions

From natural language descriptions in clinical guidelines to relationships in an ontology M Taboada, M Meizoso, D Riaño, A Alonso… – … for Health-Care. Data, …, 2010 – Springer Knowledge Engineering allows to automate entity recognition and relation extraction from  clinical texts, which in turn can be used to facilitate clinical practice guideline (CPG)  modeling. This paper presents a method to recognize diagnosis and therapy entities, and … Cited by 3 – Related articles

… ANNOTATION SYSTEM AND THE METHOD OF CREATING ONTOLOGY DOCUMENTS ON THE FLY FROM NATURAL LANGUAGE STRING ENTERED BY USER KS Choi, J Ahn… – US Patent App. 12/610,882, 2009 – Google Patents (57) ABSTRACT Disclosed herein are a real-time semantic annotation system and a method  of converting user-entered natural language strings into semantically-readable knowledge  structure documents using the system in real time. The real-time semantic annotation …

[PDF] From ER to Ontology with Natural Language Text Generation [PDF] from rwth-aachen.deC Veres, J Sampson… – 2009 – informatik.rwth-aachen.de Abstract. We describe the automation of a novel technique (NaLER) which was originally  designed to facilitate legacy database model validation. The NaLER technique uses natural  language sentences built from live database content to elicit validation judgments from … Related articles – View as HTML – All 11 versions

… ANNOTATION SYSTEM AND THE METHOD OF CREATING ONTOLOGY DOCUMENTS ON THE FLY FROM NATURAL LANGUAGE STRING ENTERED BY USER K Choi, J Ahn… – US Patent App. 20,100/114,563, 2009 – freepatentsonline.com 1. A real-time semantic annotation system, comprising: a natural language character string  input device for enabling a user to enter natural language character strings; a character  string pattern triplet-mapping table for storing natural language character string patterns … Cached

Ontology-based understanding of natural language queries using nested conceptual graphs T Cao… – Conceptual Structures: From Information to Intelligence, 2010 – Springer In a question answering system, users always prefer entering queries in natural language  and not being constrained by a rigorous grammar. This paper proposes a syntax-free  method for natural language query understanding that is robust to ill-formed questions. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 5 versions

Natural language generation from ontologies K Bontcheva… – … Management, Integrating Ontology …, 2009 – books.google.com Abstract In order to realise the semantic web vision, the creation of semantic annotation, the  linking of web pages to ontologies, and the creation, evolution and interrelation of ontologies  must become automatic or semi-automatic processes. Natural Language Generation ( … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 2 versions

[CITATION] In press. When ontology and reality collide: the Archaeotools project, faceted classification and natural language processing in an archaeological context S Jeffrey, J Richards, F Ciravegna, S Waller… – On the road to …, 2008 Cited by 2 – Related articles

Ontology-based inference for information-seeking in natural language dialog system [PDF] from postech.ac.krH Noh, C Lee… – Industrial Informatics, 2008. INDIN …, 2008 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract Many natural language dialog systems have been developed with relational  database (RDB) as a machine-readable knowledge source. However, RDB has some  problems for answering the questions which need complex domain-specific information. In … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 3 versions

Natural language processing based ontology learning C Yuan, Y Zhuang… – Computer Application and System …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract Though the utility of domain Ontologies is now widely acknowledged in an  increasing number of domains, a critical task of identifying, defining, and entering the  concept definitions is still intractable. Nowadays, natural language becomes a more and … Related articles

[PDF] Are ontologies involved in natural language processing? [PDF] from paris-sorbonne.frM Abraham – Twenty-Second International FLAIRS …, 2009 – lalic.paris-sorbonne.fr Abstract For certain disable persons unable to communicate, we present a palliative aid  which consist of a virtual pictographic keyboard associated to a text processing from a  pictographic scripture. Words and the grammar are given as pictograms. The pictographic … Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

Natural Language Processing and Ontology Matching: a successful combination for trialogical learning A Locoro… – 2010 – repository.knowledgepractices.info Abstract Trialogical Learning refers to those forms of learning where learners are  collaboratively developing, transforming, or creating shared objects of activity in a systematic  fashion. In order to be really productive, Trialogical Learning must rely on knowledge that … Cached

Applying semantic frame theory to automate natural language template generation from ontology statements [PDF] from aclweb.orgD Dannélls – Proceedings of the 6th International Natural Language …, 2010 – dl.acm.org Abstract Today there exist a growing number of framenet-like resources offering semantic  and syntactic phrase specifications that can be exploited by natural language generation  systems. In this paper we present on-going work that provides a starting point for … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 6 versions

[PDF] An action ontology framework for natural language interfaces to agent systems [PDF] from umanitoba.caC Kemke – Artificial Intelligence Review (AIRE), to be published, 2009 – cs.umanitoba.ca … ontological framework to aid the development of ontologies and knowledge representation … for the semantic interpretation of natural language inputs and, at the same time, for the Page 6. An Action Ontology Framework for Natural Language Interfaces to Agent Systems 6 …  Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[CITATION] Automated Methods of Auditing and Using Terminology/ontology Knowledge Bases for Natural Language Processing JW Fan – 2010 – Columbia University Library Search

[PDF] … Domain Intensive Domain-Ontologies for Useful Ontologies for Useful Transformation of Natural Language Queries Transformation of Natural Language … [PDF] from ijcsns.orgSMA Al-Mamun, MM Hoque – IJCSNS, 2010 – paper.ijcsns.org Abstract This paper presents a scheme for purposeful enhancement of domain  knowledgebases which are supposed to be repositories of public information and also to be  subject to frequent interaction by non-technical people through natural languages. In … Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] Improving natural language specifications with ontologies [PDF] from uka.deSJ Körner… – Proceedings of the Twenty First …, 2009 – wwwipd.ipd.uka.de Abstract-User requirements are usually written in textual form. Dealing with natural  language textual specifications is complex. Analysts 1 have to cover all aspects of the  requirements engineering process when working with the customer, such as work flows, … Cited by 3 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 11 versions

Using natural language patterns for the development of ontologies [PDF] from upm.esE Montiel-Ponsoda… – Researching Specialized …, 2011 – books.google.com The combination of certain linguistic units that recurrently appear in text genres has attracted  the attention of many researchers in several domains, as they can provide valuable  information about different types of relations. In this paper, the focus is on some of these … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 5 versions

KEA-applications of ontology engineering on mathematical natural language texts S Jeschke, N Natho… – Systems, Man and Cybernetics …, 2008 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract Digital media in general and the Internet in particular play a ever growing role in the  storage, dissemination and retrieval of information and knowledge. Semantic annotation of  the provided information is necessary to support the user in retrieving and filtering … Related articles – All 3 versions

[CITATION] Ontology Based Natural Language Discovery of Semantic Web Services in the Geospatial Domain Y Yang – 2009

[PDF] Natural language specification improvement with ontologies [PDF] from uni-karlsruhe.deSJ KöRner… – International Journal of Semantic …, 2010 – ipd.uni-karlsruhe.de Requirements engineering can solve and cause many problems in a software development  cycle. The difficulties in understanding and eliciting the desired functionality from the  customer and then delivering the correct implementation of a software system lead to … Cited by 3 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 9 versions

Generating natural language descriptions of ontology concepts [PDF] from dit.ieN Schütte – … of the 12th European Workshop on Natural Language …, 2009 – dl.acm.org Abstract This paper gives an overview of ongoing work on a system for the generation of NL  descriptions of classes defined in OWL ontologies. We present a general structuring  approach for such descriptions. Since OWL ontologies do not by default contain the … Related articles – All 10 versions

[PDF] NATURAL LANGUAGE SUPPORT FOR COMPETENCY EVALUATION OF WEB-ONTOLOGIES [PDF] from unimas.myM Annamalai… – Journal of IT in Asia, 2010 – fcsit.unimas.my Abstract-Ontology is a key element of the Semantic web that facilitates a common  understanding of the structure of knowledge in a domain, and they can back applications  such as semantic annotation, consistency checking, search and retrieval. The increasing … Related articles – View as HTML

Natural Language Ontology Based on Basic Semantic Character Meaning L Zhong – Software Engineering (WCSE), 2010 Second World …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract Natural language ontology is divided into meaning-ontology and semantic- ontology, meaning-ontology including the concepts of the subject, object and SPR  (semanteme pointing to the relation) and the semantic relation of related, anti-related, … Related articles – All 3 versions

An implementation of natural language processing on ontology-based electronic health website: A case of Female-related diseases domain [PDF] from msrhijau.comD Handayani, M Kartiwi… – … Technology for the Muslim …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract The advent of Internet has changed the way people live and search for information.  Study showed that browsing on health information is amongst popular activities on the  Internet, particularly among women. Despite a wide range of information one could … Related articles – All 2 versions

Ontology-based query processing for understanding intentions of indirect speech acts in natural-language question answering H Mima, S Ota… – International Journal of Computer …, 2009 – Inderscience In an attempt to develop a robust method for achieving natural-language question  answering, we propose a method for ontology-based query processing to infer intentions  from indirect speech acts that do not express the real intentions explicitly. In this method, … Related articles – All 7 versions

On a Java based implementation of ontology evolution processes based on Natural Language Processing [PDF] from cnr.itF Gabbanini – 2010 – eprints.bice.rm.cnr.it Abstract An architecture was described Burzagli et al.(2010) that can serve as a basis for the  design of a Collective Knowledge Management System. The system can be used to exploit  the strengths of collective intelligence and merge the gap that exists among two … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 2 versions

Research on the Technology of Intelligent Retrieval of Natural Language Based on Ontology [J] R Juan – Science & Technology Information, 2008 – en.cnki.com.cn In this paper, we have researched on the most important retrieval problem, natural language  intelligent retrieval (NLR). Using ontology theory and method to solve problem of text  categorization by knowledge controlling, we can change the traditional way of retrieval … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Cached

Research on Natural Language Query Rewriting for Ontology-Based Knowledge Base Z WANG, S XIA… – Microelectronics & Computer, 2009 – en.cnki.com.cn To allow ordinary users to utilize ontology-based knowledge base (KB) to solve the problem,  upgrade the flexibility of ontology-based KB search and improve the queries’ efficiency.  Combined with the inherent characteristics of ontology-based KB, given the query system … Cached

[PDF] Natural Language Interfaces to Ontologies: usability and performance (Transfer report) [PDF] from gate.ac.ukD Damljanovic – 2008 – gate.ac.uk Abstract Accessing structured data in the form of ontologies currently requires the use of  formal query languages (eg, SeRQL or SPARQL) which pose significant difficulties for non- expert users. One way to lower the learning overhead and make ontology queries more … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

Method, used by computers, for developing an ontology from a text in natural language P Larvet – EP Patent 1,903,454, 2008 – freepatentsonline.com -for each of at least some of the meaningful words (20) of the text: searching (S200) for a  definition (40) of that word (20) by means of at least one electronic dictionary (30, 35),  extracting the syntax and the meaningful words of that definition, and creating (S300) an … Cached

Toward enhanced Natural Language Processing to databases: Building a specific domain Ontology derived from database conceptual model R Khamis… – … and Systems (INFOS), 2010 The 7th …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract Natural Language Interface to database NLIDB applications achieve great success  when dealing with simple user requests, however most of NLIDB applications fail  dramatically when users issue indirect or sophisticated requests. One modern approach to … Related articles

Development of a Graphics Ontology for Natural Language Interfaces [PDF] from umanitoba.caM Niknam – 2010 – mspace.lib.umanitoba.ca The overall context of this thesis research is to explore natural language as a medium to  interact with computer software in the graphics domain, eg programs like MS Paint or  OpenGL. A core element of most natural language understanding systems is an ontology, … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] Ontology-Based Knowledge Discovery from Documents in Natural Language [PDF] from 193.0.96.13W Jaworski – 2008 – 193.0.96.13 Abstract A vast amount of knowledge is contained in large collections of unstructured or  weakly structured text documents, which started emerging soon after discovery of writing.  The utility of such document collections depends on the ability of finding the relevant … Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

On the Construction of Ontologies based on Natural Language Semantic [PDF] from upr.edu.cuT Aaberge – FRONTIERS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND …, 2008 – books.google.com Abstract. Ontologies based on natural language semantic are supposed to represent the  mental models that speakers of a language possess of domains. They are thus commonly  understood and may serve as a efficient means for communication between humans and … Related articles – BL Direct – All 3 versions

[PDF] Commonsense Ontologies and the Use of Words in Natural Language [PDF] from jannsite.deR Janning – 2010 – jannsite.de FernUniversität in Hagen Fakultät für Mathematik und Informatik … Introduction Four steps Realizing  and automatizing Step 1 and 2 Step 3 and 4 Related work Conclusions Bibliography … 3 Realizing  and automatizing the four steps Step 1 and 2: Choice of the sets and evaluation of the …  Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] NATURAL LANGUAGE QUERY PROCESSING IN ONTOLOGY BASED MULTIMEDIA DATABASES [PDF] from metu.edu.trFAAYG UL – 2010 – etd.lib.metu.edu.tr … too complex, and they need much training to construct a query. In this thesis, a natural language interface is developed for querying ontologies which contain multimedia data. The underlying ontology is created by attaching domain ontologies to the …  Related articles – View as HTML

Concept Taxonomy is a normalized comprehensive natural language schema for the ontology to humanize data facilitating the collaboration, communication, storage, … J Danial – US Patent App. 12/629,892, 2009 – Google Patents (52) US CI 707/803; 707/E17. 046 (57) ABSTRACT Concept Taxonomy data structure and  naming system, is a normalized schema and ontology for secure universal storage, retrieval  and back-up of information which parallels natural language, thought and etymology. …

Concept Taxonomy is a normalized comprehensive natural language schema for the ontology to humanize data facilitating the collaboration, communication, storage, … J Danial – US Patent App. 20,100/070,540, 2009 – freepatentsonline.com A schema to humanize data specifically relates to how information is conceptualized,  communicated, referenced, stored and retrieved. Beginning with the creation of characters,  civilization has strived to improve communication for the sake of progress and productivity. … Cached

METHOD, USED BY COMPUTERS, FOR DEVELOPING AN ONTOLOGY FROM A TEXT IN NATURAL LANGUAGE P LARVET – WO Patent WO/2008/034,802, 2008 – wipo.int Abstract: The invention relates to a method, used by computers, for developing an ontology  (70) of a text (10) in natural language, comprising the steps of:-receiving text data from the  text (10);-extracting the syntax and meaningful words (20) from the text via a grammatical … Cached – All 2 versions