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Authors Philipp Cimiano
Part Lexical and Logical Learning
Topics Ontology Learning, Lexical Ontology Learning, Logical Ontology Learning
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Foreword

The chapter "Foreword" was written by Philipp Cimiano.

Abstract

Equipping machines with commonsense as well as domain-specific knowledge in order to endow them with human-like understanding of certain problem domains has been and still is a main goal of artificial intelligence research. In this context, a crucial question is how high the cost actually is for encoding all the relevant knowledge in such a way that it can be exploited by machines for automatic reasoning, inconsistency detection, etc. While there has been some recent work on developing methodologies allowing us to estimate the cost of knowledge engineering projects~\cite{simperl2012}, it is legitimate to assume that not all the relevant knowledge can be encoded manually. Techniques that can extract and discover knowledge by analyzing human behaviour and data produced as a result thereof can offer an important contribution in this respect.

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Ontology Learning, Lexical Ontology Learning, Logical Ontology Learning


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AbstractEquipping machines with commonsense as wel Equipping machines with commonsense as well as domain-specific knowledge in order to endow them with human-like understanding of certain problem domains has been and still is a main goal of artificial intelligence research. In this context, a crucial question is how high the cost actually is for encoding all the relevant knowledge in such a way that it

can be exploited by machines for automatic reasoning, inconsistency detection, etc. While there has been some recent work on developing methodologies allowing us to estimate the cost of knowledge engineering projects~\cite{simperl2012}, it is legitimate to assume that not all the relevant knowledge can be encoded manually. Techniques that can extract and discover knowledge by analyzing human behaviour and data produced as a result thereof

can offer an important contribution in this respect.
an important contribution in this respect.
AuthorPhilipp Cimiano  +
Book part titleLexical and Logical Learning  +
Chapter titleForeword  +
TopicsOntology Learning  +, Lexical Ontology Learning  +, and Logical Ontology Learning  +
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