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Semantic Association Identification and Knowledge Discovery for National Security Applications

Semantic Association Identification and Knowledge Discovery for National Security Applications,Journal of Database Management,Amit P. Sheth,Boanerges

Semantic Association Identification and Knowledge Discovery for National Security Applications   (Citations: 41)
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Journal: Journal of Database Management - JDM , vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 33-53, 2005
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    • ...Sheth [21] introduced the term semantic association for describing meaningful and complex relations between entities...

    Saeedeh Shekarpouret al. Keyword-Driven SPARQL Query Generation Leveraging Background Knowledge

    • ...works [32], as well as performing semantic searches over web-derived knowledge [36]...

    Pablo Barcelóet al. Expressive languages for path queries over graph-structured data

    • ...characterization), moreover the existence of several metrics (sociometric) and indicators that characterize these structures, is an approach that has gained popularity in recent years, successfully applied in scientific and technological disciplines as diverse, mentioned in [13], some examples of projects: conflicts of interest [1], criminal networks [14], search of influential individuals [15], study of co-authors networks [3], among ...
    • ...In SPARQL, arises the need to incorporate, to RDF graphs, some concepts and metrics own of social network analysis, such as: length between nodes, the search for shorter paths, among others, and this way enlarge the information than a SPARQL query provides, as show [7], [1], [14], [8], [2]...
    • ...They lend meaning to information, making it understandable and actionable, and provide new and possibly unexpected insights [14]...

    J. A. López Vargaset al. Meta-analysis of the TAEE project applying social network analysis

    • ...Semantic associations were defined formally by Sheth et al. as follows: “Semantic associations are meaningful and relevant complex relationships between entities, events and concepts.” [7]...
    • ...Two entities e1 and en have a path association between them if in an RDF graph there exists a path e1, P1, e2, P2, e3, …, en-1, Pn-1, en of vertices and edges where ei, 1 ≤ i ≤ n, are entities and Pj,1 ≤ j < n, are properties [7]...
    • ... them if there exist two semantic paths e1, P1, e2, P2, e3, … en-1, Pn-1, en and f1, Q1, f2, Q2, f3, … , fn-1, Qn-1, fn semantically connecting e1 with en and f1 with fn, respectively, and that for every pair of properties Pi and Qi, 1 ≤ i < n, either of the following conditions holds: Pi = Qi or Pi < Qi or Qi < Pi (< means rdf:subPropertyOf ). We say that the two paths originating at e1 and f1, respectively, are semantically similar ...

    Saqib Naziret al. CAOWL-SAI: Context aware OWL based semantic association inference

    • ...A semantic association (Anyanwu and Sheth 2002, 2003; Aleman-Meza et al. 2003, 2005) is a sequence of (joined) individual associations that connects two entities directly or indirectly through intermediate entities...
    • ...In later papers they and their colleagues (Aleman-Meza et al. 2003, 2005) have presented an assortment of relevance ranking schemes applicable to semantic associations...

    Janne Jämsenet al. Derived types in semantic association discovery

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