Blog: Why New AI Tools Like ChatGPT Need Knowledge Graphs
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Semantic Search and Integration

Turn ineffective queries into speedy and helpful search

The more that you can take advantage of search enrichment, the greater the value of your content. If you’re in Media or Publishing, your content is your most important asset. If you’re in another business such as services or manufacturing, you probably have documentation, training materials, marketing collateral, and other content that is key to providing the best value to your customers.

TopBraid EDG's standards-based data governance solution will create an integrated environment with search engines, text extraction and content management systems to provide better search and enhanced delivery of content. This improves search performance via:

- Understanding User Intent
: Semantics help search engines comprehend the meaning behind user queries. By analyzing the semantic structure of the query, search engines can accurately interpret user intent and deliver more relevant results. This allows for better matching between user queries and the content available in the knowledge graph.

- Entity Recognition and Disambiguation: Knowledge graphs contain information about entities such as people, places, organizations, and concepts. Semantics can aid in recognizing and disambiguating entities mentioned in user queries. By understanding the context, relationships, and attributes associated with these entities, search engines can deliver more precise search results.Contextualized

- Search Results
: Knowledge graphs enable search engines to incorporate contextual information into search results. By leveraging semantic relationships between entities, search engines can provide more comprehensive and contextually relevant information. For example, a search for a specific historical event can retrieve related facts, relevant dates, associated people, and other related events.

- Query Expansion and Refinement: Knowledge graphs can suggest related concepts, entities, and terms to expand or refine user queries. By leveraging the semantic connections within the knowledge graph, search engines can help users discover new aspects of their search topic or refine their queries for more accurate results.

- Personalized Search
: Semantics and knowledge graphs can contribute to personalized search experiences. By analyzing a user's search history, preferences, and behavior, search engines can tailor search results based on the user's interests and context.

- Semantic Search across Languages: Knowledge graphs can bridge language barriers by representing information in a language-agnostic manner. This allows search engines to perform semantic search across multiple languages and provide translations, related concepts, or cross-lingual connections. Users can obtain relevant information even when searching in a language different from the content they are seeking.

Vocabulary Management Resources

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Searching within an Asset Collection in TopBraid EDG (Using Taxonomy as an Example)
This video explores free text and parametric search capabilities within an asset collection.
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SKOS XL Taxonomies in TopBraid EDG
This video introduces you to using SKOS-XL (SKOS Extension for Labels) in TopBraid EDG. SKOS-XL lets you treat labels as independent resources.
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Working with Modular Taxonomies in TopBraid EDG
In this video you will learn how to create and re-use modular taxonomies. TopBraid EDG lets you easily combine and build connections between them.
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