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knowledge base

n.
1. A collection of data organized in a form that facilitates analysis by automated deductive processes, such as an expert system.
2. The collection of information representing the collective knowledge of an organization, arranged for easy search and retrieval.
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Noun1.knowledge base - the content of a particular field of knowledge
cognitive content, mental object, content - the sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned
discipline, field of study, subject area, subject field, bailiwick, subject, field, study - a branch of knowledge; "in what discipline is his doctorate?"; "teachers should be well trained in their subject"; "anthropology is the study of human beings"
realm, region - a knowledge domain that you are interested in or are communicating about; "it was a limited realm of discourse"; "here we enter the region of opinion"; "the realm of the occult"
scientific knowledge - knowledge accumulated by systematic study and organized by general principles; "mathematics is the basis for much scientific knowledge"
Translations
base de connaissances
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The knowledge in ConceptNet is collected from a variety of resources including Open Mind Common Sense Project, WordNet, DBPedia, OpenCyc and Wikipedia [12].
For people and locations freely available identifiers provided by systems like WikiData, DBpedia, Freebase or Geonames can be used.
With very little training, the software helps the user integrate data from a variety of internal sources, enrich it with supporting materials from repositories like DBpedia or Freebase, and analyze the resulting data set to generate reports and recommendations.
A typical example is DBpedia, which converts information from Wikipedia into the Linked Data format.
In this way one can annotate text on different levels of granularity including topic category of the whole document, extraction of facts mentioned in the text, named entity extraction and resolution (into some ontology such as, DBPedia, OpenCyc).
The USC team has already mapped data into a standard LOD model, and currently is working to link the published data on each artwork and artist to other online resources, such as DBpedia - the Linked Open Data version of Wikipedia.
2001), DBpedia (Bizer 2008), are lightweight or light heavyweight, since those have no axioms.
For example, it is now possible to deploy personal or service-specific renditions of DBpedia within 1.