Ontology Extraction Module


The ontology extraction module is a component of a dialog system that is responsible for extracting and representing the knowledge and concepts that are relevant to the current conversation. This module typically receives input from a variety of other modules, such as the natural language understanding module, the user and task modeling module, and the knowledge representation and reasoning module. It then uses this information to create and maintain an ontology, which is a structured representation of the knowledge and concepts that are relevant to the conversation.

The ontology extraction module typically includes a set of rules or algorithms that define how the system should extract and represent knowledge and concepts from the user’s input and the system’s internal state. For example, the module may use rules to identify common patterns and relationships in the input text, such as noun-verb-object or subject-predicate-object. It may also use algorithms to identify and represent the key entities and concepts mentioned in the input, such as people, places, or things.

Once the ontology has been extracted and represented, it can be used by other modules in the system to generate appropriate responses or actions. For example, the conversation control module may use the ontology to determine which actions the system should take in response to the user’s input, or the knowledge representation and reasoning module may use the ontology to make inferences and decisions based on the current state of the conversation.

Overall, the function of the ontology extraction module is to help the dialog system represent and reason about the knowledge and concepts that are relevant to the current conversation. This can help improve the system’s ability to generate appropriate responses and actions, and make the interaction more natural and effective for the user.

See also:

Jena Ontology API | Ontology Alignment & Dialog Systems | Ontology Builder | Ontology Design Patterns (ODP) | Ontology Extractor | Ontology Parsers | Ontology-based QA Systems | Protégé Ontology Editor & Dialog Systems | SUMO (Suggested Upper Merged Ontology) & Dialog Systems

Annotating Indian Tribal Medicinal Documents Using Semi Automatically Extracted Ontology S Gupta, H Gahlot, V Gupta, BD Chaudhary – Information Processing and …, 2010 – Springer … We have named this system OntoAnnot. The remainder of this paper is structured as follows: Section 2 describes the anno- tation system and ontology extraction module. … The OntoAnnot system consists of the following two modules: • Ontology Extraction module. … Related articles All 2 versions

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[PDF] from qut.edu.au Automatic domain ontology extraction for context-sensitive opinion mining RYK Lau, CCL Lai, J Ma, Y Li – ICIS 2009 Proceedings, 2009 – eprints.qut.edu.au … domain ontology. Consumer reviews, product ratings, and product descriptions can be retrieved from e-Commerce sites; this information is fed to the ontology extraction module to automatically build the fuzzy domain ontology. The … Cited by 7 Related articles All 4 versions

Ontology learning from biomedical natural language documents using UMLS JM Ruiz-Martínez, R Valencia-García… – Expert Systems with …, 2011 – Elsevier … The Concept Isolation Analysis will subsequently be described in 4.2. [INSERT FIGURE 1 ABOUT HERE] 4 http://gate.ac.uk 11 4.1 Ontology Extraction Module The Ontology Extraction process is based on previous works (see [39]). … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

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Research on domain ontology semi-automatic construction model towards Chinese text L Ning, L Guanyu, Z Yuanfa – Educational and Network …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … B. Ontology extraction Ontology extraction module consists of ontology parsing module, the text preprocessing module and concept matching module. … 2) Ontology reasoning The module is for reasoning to ontology that is acquired from ontology extraction module. … Related articles

[PDF] from ncu.edu.tw Who is talking? An ontology-based opinion leader identification framework for word-of-mouth marketing in online social blogs F Li, TC Du – Decision Support Systems, 2011 – Elsevier … F6). To calculate the expertise of an author, we form a vector space based on the output of the ontology extraction module V 0 = (tf 1 0 , tf 2 0 , , tf n 0 ). The element in each vector is the frequency of the words in the web pages. … Cited by 10 Related articles All 9 versions

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[PDF] from sdu.dk [PDF] CAOS—A tool for the Construction of Terminological Ontologies BN Madsen, HE Thomsen – Nealt Proceedings Series VOL. 4. 17th …, 2009 – beta.visl.sdu.dk … The ontology extraction module will not be able to distinguish between attributes and rela- tions, so in the new prototype relations (other than type relations) and attributes of characteris- Page 4. tics will have to be treated identically. … Cited by 1 Related articles View as HTML All 5 versions

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A knowledge acquisition methodology to ontology construction for information retrieval from medical documents R Valencia-García, JT Fernández-Breis… – Expert …, 2008 – Wiley Online Library … Download figure to PowerPoint. image. 3.1. Ontology extraction module. The ontology extraction process is based on previous work introduced by Valencia-García and Castellanos-Vicente (2006). … 4.1. Ontology extraction module. … Cited by 9 Related articles BL Direct All 2 versions

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[PDF] from academypublisher.com Text Readability within Video Retrieval Applications: A Study On CCTV Analysis N Newbold, L Gillam – Journal of Multimedia, 2010 – ojs.academypublisher.com … We describe how considerations of readability influence the approach taken to ontology extraction components of the system in development, and the automatic population of a CCTV ontology from analysis of expert transcripts of video footage. … Related articles All 8 versions

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[PDF] from lsu.edu Knowledge-based methods for automatic extraction of domain-specific ontologies JR Punuru – 2007 – etd.lsu.edu … 3 1.2 Ontology Extraction Components . . . … Non-Taxonomy SC for PP Figure 1.2: Ontology Extraction Components problem is tackled by solving each of the tasks independently. The set of methods developed for extraction of ontological components is shown in the Figure 1.2. … Cited by 6 Related articles Library Search All 6 versions

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[PDF] from jyu.fi Tekstinlouhinta semanttisen webin metatietojen tuottamisessa J Koivunen – 2010 – jyx.jyu.fi … vat siitä yhtenäisen, ontologian määrittelemän metatietokokonaisuuden (Kuvio 3). Ensimmäistä moduulia he kutsuvat ontologian louhintamoduuliksi (ontology extraction module), joka vastaa varsin pitkälle Cowien ym. (1996) mallia teks- tinlouhintamoduulista. … Related articles

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