Ouahiba Djama, University of Abdelhamid Mehri Constantine 2, Algeria
Search engines allow providing the user with data and information according to their interests and specialty. Thus, it is necessary to exploit descriptions of the resources, which take into consideration viewpoints. Generally, the resource descriptions are available in RDF (e.g., DBPedia of Wikipedia content). However, these descriptions do not take into consideration viewpoints. In this paper, we propose a new approach, which allows converting a classic RDF resource description to a resource description that takes into consideration viewpoints. To detect viewpoints in the document, a machine learning technique will be exploited on an instanced ontology. This latter allows representing the viewpoint in a given domain. An experimental study shows that the conversion of the classic RDF resource description to a resource description that takes into consideration viewpoints, allows giving very relevant responses to the user’s requests.
Resource Description, RDF, Viewpoint, Ontology & Machine Learning.