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Re: [foaf-dev] FOAF Relationship

From: Alvaro Graves <alvaro@graves.cl>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2016 13:51:13 -0700
Message-ID: <CAM1CqROMU3bZ+Jsx_09a05hfxJZyZ3-+4Fd0e5Cp1Gmu4xwkGw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Seth Grimes <grimes@altaplana.com>
Cc: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>, foaf-dev <foaf-dev@lists.foaf-project.org>, "public-lod@w3.org" <public-lod@w3.org>
Hi Seth,

Although I'd love to hear of a simpler process, I think you may need to
look at NLP software, such as CoreNLP (see http://corenlp.run for a demo),
and then programmatically link the entities detected.

Hope it helps

Alvaro Graves-Fuenzalida, PhD
Web: http://graves.cl - Twitter: @alvarograves

On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 12:08 PM, Seth Grimes <grimes@altaplana.com> wrote:

> 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
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
> --
> 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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