Early stage researcher
Title: Establishing the veracity of Knowledge Graphs
Current approaches for fact validation can be categorized into two families: (i) approaches that use unstructured textual sources and (ii) approaches that use structured knowledge graphs as reference knowledge. Few of these latter approaches are: (a) meta-path-based approaches, (b) predicate-path-based, and (c) corroborative-path-based approaches. All these approaches can be used to check a single fact. However, when it comes to calculating the veracity of a complete knowledge graph, none of these approaches are applicable due to their high runtime.
The following major accomplishments are expected in this research project: