A deep-learning-based ontology to guide ontological research


A deep-learning-based ontology to guide ontological research – Generative models of large datasets are a powerful tool for modelling, training and querying, but they are also a tool for extracting knowledge from the dataset. Many methods for such queries have been developed, from statistical sampling, to model classification, to learning from large natural datasets, to inference from the data and more. In this paper we propose a new and powerful probabilistic model for querying a large dataset via the Generative Adversarial Network. Our approach is trained and trained using a dataset of millions and millions of queries generated by thousands of people. We make use of supervised learning algorithms to extract useful features for querying the dataset rather than just the query. We show that our model can perform well over the network models, using significantly fewer queries. We call our approach Generative Query Answering: Generative Query Answering Machine (GAN-QA) which is a new general purpose non-parametric generative probabilistic model that can serve as a query-driven and query-driven model. We provide experimental results comparing real world queries generated from different methods and experiments validate our model.

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A deep-learning-based ontology to guide ontological research

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