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Semantic Interpretation of Structured Log Files
Data from computer log files record traces of events involving user activity, applications, system software and network traffic. Logs are usually intended for diagnostic and debugging purposes, but their data can be extremely ...
Exploiting a Web of Semantic Data for Interpreting Tables
Much of the world’s knowledge is contained in structured documents like spreadsheets, database relations and tables in documents found on the Web and in print. The information in these tables might be much more valuable ...
Generating Linked Data by Inferring the Semantics of Tables
Vast amounts of information is encoded in structured tables found in documents, on the Web, and in spreadsheets or databases. Integrating or searching over this information benefits from understanding its intended meaning. ...
Automatically Generating Government Linked Data from Tables
Most open government data is encoded and published in structured tables found in reports, on the Web, and in spreadsheets or databases. Current approaches to generating Semantic Web representations from such data requires ...
Using linked data to interpret tables
Vast amounts of information is available in structured forms like spreadsheets, database relations, and tables found in documents and on the Web. We describe an approach that uses linked data to interpret such tables and ...
T2LD: Interpreting and Representing Tables as Linked Data
We describe a framework and prototype system for interpreting tables and extracting entities and relations from them, and producing a linked data representation of the table’s contents. This can be used to annotate the ...