Human-Generated Web Data Disentanglement for Complex Event Processing



Year of publication 2022
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Procedia Computer Science
Keywords Complex Event Processing; Semantic Web; Data Disentanglement; Web Data Preprocessing;
Description In social media, human-generated web data from real-world events have become exponentially complex due to the chaotic and spontaneous features of natural language. This may create an information overload for the information consumers, and in turn not easily digest a large amount of information in a limited time. To tackle this issue, we propose to use Complex Event Processing (CEP) and semantic web reasoners to disentangle the human-generated data and present users with only relevant and important data. However, one of the key obstacles is that the human-generated data can have no structured meaning sometimes even for the speaker, hindering the output of the CEP. Therefore, in order to adapt to the CEP inputs, we present two different techniques that allow for the discrimination and digestion of value of human-generated data. The first one relies on the Variable Sharing Property that was developed for relevance logics, while the second one is based on semantic equivalence and natural language processing. The results can be given to CEP for further semantic reasoning and generate digested information for users.

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