Knowledge Graph

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Implicit in the name “knowledge graph” is, of course, that a knowledge graph represent knowledge, and do so using a graph structure.

Knowledge graph meaning is expressed as structure.

Knowledge graph statements are unambiguous.

Knowledge graphs use a limited set of relation types.

In order for knowledge graphs statements to be unambiguous, they need to be composed of unambiguous units. All identified entities in a knowledge graph, including types and relations, must be identified using global identifiers with unambiguous denotation.
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