Giunchiglia, Fausto and Hume, Alethia (2012) Distributed Name-based Entity Search. Trento : Università di Trento.
Internet can be seen as a network of peers that store digital representations of entities from the real world (e.g., person, locations, events). Different peers locally represent different “versions” (i.e., different points of view) of the same real world entity. In these different versions, entities are normally identified by multiple (possibly different) names. We propose a distributed entity search based on names that aims to (i) find all the different versions of an entity starting from any name used somewhere in the network to identify such entity; and (ii) allow peers to have full control over the privacy of their local representations. We evaluate our approach by setting up a network of 150 peers on Plan- etLab. The results show that the performance of our algorithms is stable with the network growth, which is promising in terms of scalability.
|Item Type: ||Departmental Technical Report|
|Department or Research center: ||Information Engineering and Computer Science|
|Subjects: ||Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA076 Computer software|
|Uncontrolled Keywords: ||Entity Search, Named Entities, P2P Networks, DHT|
|Additional Information: ||Accepted at the workshop on Discovering Meaning on the Go in Large Heterogeneous Data 2012 (LHD-12), at the 11th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) 2012.|
|Report Number: ||DISI-12-033|
|Repository staff approval on: ||22 Nov 2012 11:29|
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