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Extended Semantic Network for Knowledge Representation

Résumé : The proposition Extended Semantic Network is an innovative tool for Knowledge Representation and Ontology construction, which not only infers meanings but looks for sets of associations between nodes as opposed to the present method of keyword association. The objective here is to achieve semi-supervised knowledge representation technique with good accuracy and minimum human intervention. This is realized by obtaining a technical co-operation between mathematical and mind models to harvest their collective intelligence.
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Reena Shetty, Pierre-Michel Riccio, Joël Quinqueton. Extended Semantic Network for Knowledge Representation. IIP: Intelligent Information Processing, Sep 2006, Adelaide, SA, Australia. pp.135-144, ⟨10.1007/978-0-387-44641-7_14⟩. ⟨lirmm-00370532⟩

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