|Title:||From Manual to Semi-automatic Semantic Annotation|
|Authors:||M. Erdmann, A. Maedche, H-P. Schmurr, and S. Staab|
|Series:||Linköping Electronic Articles in Computer and Information Science|
|Issue:||Vol. 6 (2001): no 002|
Semantic Annotation is a basic technology for intelligent
content and is benecial in a wide range of content-oriented
intelligent applications, esp. in the area of the Semantic Web. In
this paper we present our work in ontology-based semantic annotation,
which is embedded in a scenario of a knowledge portal
application. Starting with seemingly good and bad manual semantic
annotation, we describe our experiences made within the KA2
initiative. The experiences gave us the starting point for developing
an ergonomic and knowledge base-supported annotation tool.
Furthermore, the annotation tool described are currently extended with
mechanisms for semi-automatic information-extraction based
annotation. Supporting the evolving nature of semantic content we
additionally describe our idea of evolving ontologies supporting
This paper has been presented at the COLING-2000 Workshop on Semantic Annotation and Intelligent Content, Centre Universitaire, Luxembourg, 5.-6. August, 2000.
|In ETAI area "The Semantic Web"|
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