A theoretical framework for knowledge-based entity resolution
Entity resolution is the process of determining whether a collection of entity representations refer to the same entity in the real world. In this paper we introduce a theoretical framework that supports knowledge-based entity resolution. From a logical point of view, the expressive power of the framework is equivalent to a decidable fragment of first-order logic including conjunction, disjunction and a certain form of negation. Although the framework is expressive for representing knowledge...[Show more]
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