OK … just filing this for future reference – Swoogle2007 a Semantic Web Search … kinda concerning that itS got 2007 in its title … According to its about page,
Swoogle (http://swoogle.umbc.edu/) is a specialized web search engine that discovers, analyzes and indexes knowledge encoded in semantic web documents published on the Web. Swoogle reasons about these documents and their constituent parts (e.g., terms, individuals, triples) and records meaningful metadata about them. Swoogle provides webscale semantic web data access service, which helps human users and software systems to find relevant documents, terms and triples, via its search and navigation services.
there’s more. its blog has an entry on Knowledge Graph Fact Prediction via Knowledge-Enriched Tensor Factorization (here), and suggests related entries
- New paper: Generating Digital Twin models using Knowledge Graphs for Industrial Production Lines
- paper: Cleaning Noisy Knowledge Graphs
- Dealing with Dubious Facts in Knowledge Graphs
- Inferring Relations in Knowledge Graphs with Tensor Decomposition
OK .. we’ll save this for later. Interesting!