A Domain-Adaptable Heterogeneous Information Integration Platform: Tourism and Biomedicine Domains.
Author: Muñoz Gil, Rafael; De Buenaga Rodríguez, Manuel; Aparicio Galisteo, Fernando; Gachet Páez, Diego; García Cuesta, Esteban
Abstract: In recent years, information integration systems have become very popular in mashup-type applications. Information sources are normally presented in an individual and unrelated fashion, and the development of new technologies to reduce the negative effects of information dispersion is needed. A major challenge is the integration and implementation of processing pipelines using different technologies promoting the emergence of advanced architectures capable of processing such a number of diverse sources. This paper describes a semantic domain-adaptable platform to integrate those sources and provide high-level functionalities, such as recommendations, shallow and deep natural language processing, text enrichment, and ontology standardization. Our proposed intelligent domain-adaptable platform (IDAP) has been implemented and tested in the tourism and biomedicine domains to demonstrate the adaptability, flexibility, modularity, and utility of the platform. Questionnaires, performance metrics, and A/B control groups’ evaluations have shown improvements when using IDAP in learning environments
Universal identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/10641/2743
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