Michael Farag, MMath candidate
David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science
Knowledge graphs are considered an important representation that lies between free text on one hand and fully-structured relational data on the other. Knowledge graphs are a backbone of many applications on the Web. With the rise of many large-scale open-domain knowledge graphs like Freebase, DBpedia, and Yago, various applications including document retrieval, question answering, and data integration have been relying on them.