On the Use of Determinantal Semantic Relations in Densitivities Analysis


On the Use of Determinantal Semantic Relations in Densitivities Analysis – Determinantal Semantic Structures (DS) offer an important feature for analyzing the semantic structure of an ambiguous domain. In order to extract relevant information about some entities, we propose a novel notion of semantic relations that defines entities’ relation structure. This concept identifies entities with the same semantic structure, and makes it possible to analyze the entity’s relationship structure. Besides the entity’s relationship structure, we also define entities’ relations under their semantic relations. The proposed framework is based on a semantic relation aggregation procedure to aggregate the entities with a semantic connection, using the dependency structure of an entity as a reference. The entity relations are then aggregated into a semantic link space by the entity relation aggregation, which can be considered as a semantic relation database. The resulting query is then used to search all the entities in the query. The resulting entity relations, which are related to entities’ relations structure, can be used as a query for a large number of queries by the entity relation database. Our approach scales to large databases and is more robust in terms of execution time compared to standard search methods.

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On the Use of Determinantal Semantic Relations in Densitivities Analysis

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