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Semantic Repowering the Afghanistan War Diary

Talk, was published by Lutz Maicher at 2011-01-24

We present and demonstrate how the ‘semantic repowering’ of the data improves findability, queryability, and enables federation with background knowledge.

The Afghanistan War Diary, over 91,000 reports published by Wikileaks, comprises numerous documents by many individuals. It provides a comprehensive, if unstructured, source of valuable information. However, the sometimes contradictory nature of the text made it difficult to obtain correct answers to complex questions. We present and demonstrate how the ‘semantic repowering’ of the data improves findability, queryability, and enables federation with background knowledge.

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