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dc.contributor.authorYumuşak, Semih
dc.contributor.authorDoğdu, Erdoğan
dc.contributor.authorKodaz, Halife
dc.date.accessioned2019-07-10T08:17:12Z
dc.date.available2019-07-10T08:17:12Z
dc.date.issued2018
dc.identifier.citationYumusak, Semih, Erdogan Dogdu, and Halife Kodaz. "Classification of Linked Data Sources Using Semantic Scoring." IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Information and Systems 101.1 (2018): 99-107.en_US
dc.identifier.issn1745-1361
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12498/1040
dc.description.abstractLinked data sets are created using semantic Web technologies and they are usually big and the number of such datasets is growing. The query execution is therefore costly, and knowing the content of data in such datasets should help in targeted querying. Our aim in this paper is to classify linked data sets by their knowledge content. Earlier projects such as LOD Cloud, LODStats, and SPARQLES analyze linked data sources in terms of content, availability and infrastructure. In these projects, linked data sets are classified and tagged principally using VoID vocabulary and analyzed according to their content, availability and infrastructure. Although all linked data sources listed in these projects appear to be classified or tagged, there are a limited number of studies on automated tagging and classification of newly arriving linked data sets. Here, we focus on automated classification of linked data sets using semantic scoring methods. We have collected the SPARQL endpoints of 1,328 unique linked datasets from Datahub, LOD Cloud, LODStats, SPARQLES, and SpEnD projects. We have then queried textual descriptions of resources in these data sets using their rdfs:comment and rdfs:label property values. We analyzed these texts in a similar manner with document analysis techniques by assuming every SPARQL endpoint as a separate document. In this regard, we have used WordNet semantic relations library combined with an adapted term frequency-inverted document frequency (tfidf) analysis on the words and their semantic neighbours. In WordNet database, we have extracted information about comment/label objects in linked data sources by using hypernym, hyponym, homonym, meronym, region, topic and usage semantic relations. We obtained some significant results on hypernym and topic semantic relations; we can find words that identify data sets and this can be used in automatic classification and tagging of linked data sources. By using these words, we experimented different classifiers with different scoring methods, which results in better classification accuracy results.en_US
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dc.titleClassification of Linked Data Sources Using Semantic Scoringen_US
dc.typeArticleen_US


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