Towards Automatic Semantic Annotation of Thai Official Correspondence: Leave of Absence Case Study
The realization of semantic web depended on the availability of web of data associated with knowledge and information in the real world. The first stage for web of data preparation is semantic annotation. However framing such manual semantic annotation is inappropriate for inexperienced users because they require specialist knowledge of ontology and syntax. To address this problem, this paper proposes an approach of automatic semantic annotation based on the integration between natural language processing techniques and semantic web technology. A case study on leave of absence correspondence in Thai language is chosen as the domain of interest. Our study shows that the proposed approach verified the effectiveness of semantic annotation.
Keywordssemantic annotation ontology NLP RDF
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