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Re: [foaf-dev] FOAF Relationship

From: Seth Grimes <grimes@altaplana.com>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2016 12:08:10 -0700 (PDT)
To: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
cc: Seth Grimes <grimes@altaplana.com>, foaf-dev <foaf-dev@lists.foaf-project.org>, "public-lod@w3.org" <public-lod@w3.org>
Message-ID: <alpine.DEB.2.00.1604181201450.28241@pecan.he.net>
> Do you have any sample document URLs? That would help anyone seeking to
> respond to your request that produces these kinds of solutions.

Here's a text sample. There's actually quite a lot of salient information 
to extract: Persons, inter-personal relationships, locations, events 
(including sequence). But I'm not looking for comprehensive narrative 
mining. For now, I'm looking only for limited relation extraction and 
representation, to support queries across the relationship graph.

 	Sandy was removed from her home by CPS and placed in foster care 
after her class teacher observed multiple bruises on Sandy's body. It is 
alleged that mother's boyfriend inflicted the injuries. Mother claims she 
was unaware of the injuries. Mother has a history of reported drug and 
alcohol use and was intoxicated at the time of CPS investigation. Sandy is 
currently placed in the agency-operated foster boarding home of Ms. Jones. 
Child's mother is allowed to have supervised visits at the foster care 
agency until the next planning conference.  Caseworker visited the foster 
boarding home of Ms. Jones today to assess Sandy's adjustment to placement 
with the Jones' family.  Present in Ms. Jones's home were Ms. Jones, her 
two daughters (Erika and Mona), and her foster child, Sandy. Ms. Jones 
said her husband was away on business as an insurance evaluator.  The home 
was messy with clothes strewn all over the living room floor. The sink was 
piled high with dirty dishes and two roaches were observed crawling on the 
wall. There were an opened box of cereal, bread, and peanut butter on the 
dining table. The apartment is sparsely furnished with a dining table and 
chairs, a sofa that is fabric upholstered and heavily soiled, and a 
television set. The sleeping arrangement is adequate but there are no 
closets or chests of drawers to store the children's clothing. Mary has 
her own bedroom and Johnny and Jonathan share a bedroom with two small 
beds. Ms. Brown has her own bedroom. The home has safety devices installed 
(window guards, fire and carbon monoxide alarms).  Ms. White, Sandy's 
mother came to the office today for a supervised visit. Mother looked 
somewhat disheveled; her hair was uncombed, her clothes were heavily 
soiled and she smelled of alcohol. Caseworker asked mother if she had been 
drinking. Mother said she had just had a beer. Sandy took a while to warm 
up to her mother. Mother brought a packet of potato chips for Sandy. Sandy 
took the chips after much prodding from Ms. Jones but returned to snuggle 
up to Ms. Jones.  Sandy disclosed to caseworker that she was fearful of 
returning home in case mother's boyfriend hurt her again. Sandy said 
mother's boyfriend often hit her for no reason.

Thanks,

 					Seth


On Mon, 18 Apr 2016, Kingsley Idehen wrote:

> On 4/18/16 2:47 PM, Seth Grimes wrote:
>> Yes, that's pretty much it, thanks. Anaphora (pronoun) resolution
>> would be a big plus.
>>
>>                     Seth
>
> Do you have any sample document URLs? That would help anyone seeking to
> respond to your request that produces these kinds of solutions.
>
>
> Kingsley
>>
>>
>> On Mon, 18 Apr 2016, Kingsley Idehen wrote:
>>
>>> On 4/18/16 9:44 AM, Seth Grimes wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>>
>>>>     Are there any available information-extraction systems that
>>>> implement the FOAF Relationship vocabulary
>>>> (http://vocab.org/relationship/)? By available, I mean commercial or
>>>> open source and currently maintained. My particular interest at this
>>>> moment is identification and extraction of familial relationships from
>>>> documents, and preferably also of attributes associated with the
>>>> relationships, and representation of extracted relationships.
>>>>
>>>>     Thanks,
>>>>
>>>>                     Seth
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Seth Grimes    grimes@altaplana.com   +1 301-270-0795    @sethgrimes
>>>> Alta Plana Corp, analytics strategy consulting, http://altaplana.com
>>>> Sentiment Analysis Symposium, July 12 in NYC, SentimentSymposium.com
>>>
>>> Hi Seth,
>>>
>>> Are you looking for technology that would perform the following tasks?
>>>
>>> [1] analyze a document containing a collection of English sentences
>>> representing familial relationships
>>> [2] extract said relationships and then convert to RDF sentences using
>>> terms from the FOAF vocabulary
>>> [3] return an RDF document and the final output artifact.
>>>
>>> I've copied the LOD list in on this response to broaden audience for
>>> this exchange.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> --
>> Seth Grimes    grimes@altaplana.com   +1 301-270-0795    @sethgrimes
>> Alta Plana Corp, analytics strategy consulting, http://altaplana.com
>> Sentiment Analysis Symposium, July 12 in NYC, SentimentSymposium.com
>
>
>

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Seth Grimes    grimes@altaplana.com   +1 301-270-0795    @sethgrimes
Alta Plana Corp, analytics strategy consulting, http://altaplana.com
Sentiment Analysis Symposium, July 12 in NYC, SentimentSymposium.com
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