Semantic annotation of the web documents is the only way to make the Semantic Web vision a reality. Considering the scale and dynamics of worldwide web, the largest knowledge base ever built, it be- comes clear that we cannot afford to annotate web documents manually. In this work we propose a generic domain-independent architecture for semi-automatic semantic annotation, basing on the lightweight and robust techniques, proven effective in source code processing for software analysis field. We demonstrate feasibility of our method applying it for annotation of the documents for Tourism domain. The results of this experiment are validated using a three-stage evaluation scheme.

Semi-automatic semantic annotations for web documents

Zeni, Nicola;Kiyavitskaya, Nadzeya;Mich, Luisa;Mylopoulos, Ioannis
2005

Abstract

Semantic annotation of the web documents is the only way to make the Semantic Web vision a reality. Considering the scale and dynamics of worldwide web, the largest knowledge base ever built, it be- comes clear that we cannot afford to annotate web documents manually. In this work we propose a generic domain-independent architecture for semi-automatic semantic annotation, basing on the lightweight and robust techniques, proven effective in source code processing for software analysis field. We demonstrate feasibility of our method applying it for annotation of the documents for Tourism domain. The results of this experiment are validated using a three-stage evaluation scheme.
Proceedings of SWAP 2005, the 2nd Italian Semantic Web
New York
CEUR-WS.org
Zeni, Nicola; Kiyavitskaya, Nadzeya; Mich, Luisa; Mylopoulos, Ioannis
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