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    Title: 從歷史文件到社會人際脈動:基於歷時性文本進行時序知識圖譜構建
    From Historical Documents to Social Interpersonal Networks: Temporal Knowledge Graph Construction based on Diachronic Documents
    Authors: 李婕瑜
    Lee, Chieh-Yu
    Contributors: 黃瀚萱
    Huang, Hen-Hsen
    Lee, Chieh-Yu
    Keywords: 自然語言處理
    Natural language processing
    Knowledge graph
    Temporal knowledge graph
    Interpersonal relations extraction
    Link prediction
    Digital humanities
    Date: 2022
    Issue Date: 2022-10-05 09:15:43 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 公眾人物的社交網絡,以許多對社會具有高度影響力之人所組成,透


    The social network of public figures delivers rich information for the interpersonal relationships among influential people in a society. The temporal social network can further depict the change of their relationships over time and provide a new perspective to look into the dynamics of a society.

    This work demonstrates a novel system for temporal social network construction from textual data such as historical documents. A hierarchical sentence compression is proposed to support extracting interpersonal relationships among character from long documents. Then, we consider the error from relation extraction and the relations not mentioned in the documents, graph correction method is applied to optimize the outputs. Furthermore, we use historic facts to construct a temporal knowledge graph to predict the relationship between character in the next time unit. We make an adjustment for the number of hops in aggregation and add text information to improve the precision of predicting the relationship.

    The purpose of this study is to establish a framework for constructing a temporal knowledge graph from historical documents, which can be used to analyze and predict dynamic interpersonal relationships to apply various interdisciplinary researches, such as politics and history.
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    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0109753133
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202201527
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