In the last few years, we have witnessed the emergence of several knowledge graphs that explicitly describe research knowledge with the aim of enabling intelligent systems for supporting and accelerating the scientific process. These resources typically characterize a set of entities in this space (e.g., tasks, methods, evaluation techniques, proteins, chemicals), their relations, and the relevant actors (e.g., researchers, organizations) and documents (e.g., articles, books). However, they are usually very partial representations of the actual research knowledge and may miss several relevant facts. In this paper, we introduce SciCheck, a new triple classification approach for completing scientific statements in knowledge graphs. SciCheck was evaluated against other state-of-the-art approaches on seven benchmarks, yielding excellent results. Finally, we provide a real-world use case and applied SciCheck to the Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Graph (AI-KG), a large-scale automatically-generated open knowledge graph including 1.2M statements extracted from the 333K most cited articles in the field of Artificial Intelligence, and generated a new version of this knowledge graph with 300K additional triples.

Borrego, A., Dessi, D., Hernandez, I., Osborne, F., Reforgiato Recupero, D., Ruiz, D., et al. (2022). Completing Scientific Facts in Knowledge Graphs of Research Concepts. IEEE ACCESS, 10, 125867-125880 [10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3220241].

Completing Scientific Facts in Knowledge Graphs of Research Concepts

Osborne F.;
2022

Abstract

In the last few years, we have witnessed the emergence of several knowledge graphs that explicitly describe research knowledge with the aim of enabling intelligent systems for supporting and accelerating the scientific process. These resources typically characterize a set of entities in this space (e.g., tasks, methods, evaluation techniques, proteins, chemicals), their relations, and the relevant actors (e.g., researchers, organizations) and documents (e.g., articles, books). However, they are usually very partial representations of the actual research knowledge and may miss several relevant facts. In this paper, we introduce SciCheck, a new triple classification approach for completing scientific statements in knowledge graphs. SciCheck was evaluated against other state-of-the-art approaches on seven benchmarks, yielding excellent results. Finally, we provide a real-world use case and applied SciCheck to the Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Graph (AI-KG), a large-scale automatically-generated open knowledge graph including 1.2M statements extracted from the 333K most cited articles in the field of Artificial Intelligence, and generated a new version of this knowledge graph with 300K additional triples.
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knowledge graph completion; Knowledge graphs; machine learning; science of science; semantic web; triple classification;
English
7-nov-2022
2022
10
125867
125880
open
Borrego, A., Dessi, D., Hernandez, I., Osborne, F., Reforgiato Recupero, D., Ruiz, D., et al. (2022). Completing Scientific Facts in Knowledge Graphs of Research Concepts. IEEE ACCESS, 10, 125867-125880 [10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3220241].
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