In this paper, we propose Knowledge Graph (KG), an articulated underlying semantic structure, to be a semantic bridge between human and systems. To illustrate our proposal, we focus on KG based intelligent survey systems. In state of the art systems, knowledge is hard-coded or implicit in these systems, making it hard for researchers to reuse, customise, link, or transmit the structured knowledge. Furthermore, such systems do not facilitate dynamic interaction based on the semantic structure. We design and implement a knowledge-driven intelligent survey system which is based on knowledge graph, a widely used technology that facilitates sharing and querying hypotheses, survey content, results, and analyses. The approach is developed, implemented, and tested in the field of Linguistics. Syntacticians and morphologists develop theories of grammar of natural languages. To evaluate theories, they seek intuitive grammaticality (well-formedness) judgments from native speakers, which either support a theory or provide counter-evidence. Our preliminary experiments show that a knowledge graph based linguistic survey can provide more nuanced results than traditional document-based grammaticality judgment surveys by allowing for tagging and manipulation of specific linguistic variables.
|Title of host publication||Semantic Technology|
|Editors||R Ichise , F Lecue , T Kawamura , D Zhao , S Muggleton , K Kozaki|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
|Event|| Joint International Semantic Technology Conference 2018 - Awaji City, Hyogo, Japan|
Duration: 26 Nov 2018 → 28 Nov 2018
Conference number: 8
|Name||Lecture Notes in Computer Science|
|Conference||Joint International Semantic Technology Conference 2018|
|Abbreviated title||JIST 2018|
|City||Awaji City, Hyogo|
|Period||26/11/18 → 28/11/18|
Bibliographical noteThis work was supported the EU Marie Curie K-Drive project (286348).
- Knowledge graph
- Intelligent survey system
- Grammaticality judgments
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