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Matching Ontologies in Open Networked Systems: Techniques and Applications
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In open networked systems a varying number of nodes interact each other just on the basis of their own independent ontologies and of knowledge discovery requests submitted to the network. Expand
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H-MATCH: an Algorithm for Dynamically Matching Ontologies in Peer-based Systems
In this paper, we present H-match, an algorithm for dynamically matching distributed ontologies. By exploiting ontology knowledge descriptions, H-match can be used to dynamically perform ontologyExpand
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Data Linking for the Semantic Web
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By specifying that published datasets must link to other existing datasets, the 4th linked data principle ensures a Web of data and not just a set of unconnected data. Expand
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Towards a Benchmark for Instance Matching
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In the general field of knowledge interoperability and ontology matching, instance matching is a crucial task for several applications, from identity recognition to data integration. Expand
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Benchmarking Matching Applications on the Semantic Web
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We propose SWING (Semantic Web INstance Generation), a disciplined approach to the semi-automatic generation of benchmarks to be used for the evaluation of matching applications. Expand
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Automatic Identity Recognition in The Semantic Web
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We propose methods and techniques to capture the “identity” of a real entity in the Semantic Web and present experimental results on a real case study on web data. Expand
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Ontology and Instance Matching
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The growing need of sharing data and digital resources within and across organizations has produced a novel attention on issues related to ontology and instance matching, and a comparison of the recent instance matching tools according to the OAEI 2009 contest. Expand
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Unsupervised Detection of Argumentative Units though Topic Modeling Techniques
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We present a new unsupervised approach, “Attraction to Topics” – A2T , for the detection of argumentative units, a sub-task of argument mining. Expand
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Dynamic Knowledge Discovery in Open, Distributed and Multi-Ontology Systems: Techniques and Applications
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In open distributed systems like peer-to-peer networks and Grids, many independent peers, possibly spanned across multiple organizations, need to share information resources (e.g., data, documents, services) provided by other nodes. Expand
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