Knowledge Engineering With Big Data (BigKE): A 54-Month, 45-Million RMB, 15-Institution National Grand Project
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AbstractStarting in July 2016, the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, along with several other national agencies, sponsors a 54-month 45-million RMB (Chinese Yuan) project on knowledge engineering with Big Data (www.bigke.org) for 15 top research and development institutions to study the fundamental theory and the applications of BigKE, a big-data knowledge engineering framework that handles fragmented knowledge modeling and online learning from multiple information sources, nonlinear fusion on fragmented knowledge, and automated demand-driven knowledge navigation. The project seeks to provide petabytescale data and knowledge services in identified application domains. In this paper, we discuss our BigKE framework, and present a novel application scenario for BigKE services.