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    • Comparing Index Structures for Completeness Reasoning 

      Darari F; Nutt W; Razniewski S (IEEE, 2018)
      Data quality is a major issue in the devel- opment of knowledge graphs. Data completeness is a key factor in data quality pertaining to how broad and deep is information contained in knowledge graphs. As for large- scale ...
    • Completeness Management for RDF Data Sources 

      Darari F; Nutt W; Pirrò G; Razniewski S (2018)
      The Semantic Web is commonly interpreted under the open-world assumption, meaning that information available (e.g., in a data source) captures only a subset of the reality. Therefore, there is no certainty about whether ...
    • COOL-WD: A Completeness Tool for Wikidata 

      Darari F; Eko Prasojo R; Razniewski S; Nutt W (CEUR-WS.org, 2017)
      Wikidata as a collaborative Semantic Web data source has enjoyed increasing prominence, storing over 150 million facts about more than 26 million entities. Yet it is missing a way to assess its complete- ness. In this demo ...
    • Managing and Consuming Completeness Information for Wikidata Using COOL-WD 

      Prasojo RE; Darari F; Razniewski S; Nutt W (CEUR-WS.org, 2016)
      Wikidata is a fast-growing, crowdsourced, and entity-centric KB that currently stores over 100 million facts about more than 21 million entities. Such a vast amount of data gives rise to the question: How complete is ...