The biography of historical figures is often fascinating to be known. Everything about their character, work, invention, and personal life sometimes are presented in their biography. The social and family relationships among historical figures also put into concern, especially for political figures, heroes, kings or persons who have ever been ruled a monarchy in their past. Some biographies can be found in Wikipedia as articles. Most of the social and family relationship contents of these figures are not completely depicted due to a various article's contributors and sources. Fortunately, the missing relatives of a person might reside in the other figures' biography in different pages. Each Wikipedia article has metadata which represents its essential information of content. By processing the metadata obtained from DBpedia and composing the inferencing rules (in the form of ontology) to identify the relationships content, it can generate several new inferred facts that complement the existing relationships. This work proposes a methodology for finding missing relationships among historical figures using inference rules in an ontology. As a result, our method can present new facts about the relationships that absent in the existing Wikipedia articles.
|IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
|Published - 13 Mar 2018
|International Conference on Information Technology and Digital Applications 2017, ICITDA 2017 - Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Duration: 8 Nov 2017 → 9 Nov 2017