The creation, customization, and maintenance of knowledge resources are essential for fostering the full deployment of Language Technologies. The definition and refinement of knowledge resources are time- and resource-consuming activities. In this paper we explore how the Wiki paradigm for online collaborative content editing can be exploited to gather massive social contributions from common Web users in editing knowledge resources. We discuss the Wikyoto Knowledge Editor, also called Wikyoto. Wikyoto is a collaborative Web environment that enables users with no knowledge engineering background to edit the multilingual network of knowledge resources exploited by KYOTO, a cross-lingual text mining system developed in the context of the KYOTO European Project.
kyoto european project,editing knowledge resource,online collaborative content editing,knowledge engineering background,wiki paradigm,language technologies,wikyoto knowledge editor,knowledge resource,common web user,collaborative web environment,knowledge management,text mining,knowledge engineering,language technology
Data mining,World Wide Web,Software deployment,Knowledge integration,Domain knowledge,Computer science,Personal knowledge management,Knowledge engineering,Knowledge extraction,Personalization,Open Knowledge Base Connectivity