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A survey of approaches to automatic schema matching
A taxonomy is presented that distinguishes between schema-level and instance-level, element- level and structure- level, and language-based and constraint-based matchers and is intended to be useful when comparing different approaches to schema matching, when developing a new match algorithm, and when implementing a schema matching component.
COMA - A System for Flexible Combination of Schema Matching Approaches
Similarity flooding: a versatile graph matching algorithm and its application to schema matching
- S. Melnik, H. Garcia-Molina, E. Rahm
- Computer ScienceProceedings 18th International Conference on Data…
- 26 February 2002
This paper presents a matching algorithm based on a fixpoint computation that is usable across different scenarios and conducts a user study, in which the accuracy metric was used to estimate the labor savings that the users could obtain by utilizing the algorithm to obtain an initial matching.
Generic Schema Matching with Cupid
This paper proposes a new algorithm, Cupid, that discovers mappings between schema elements based on their names, data types, constraints, and schema structure, using a broader set of techniques than past approaches.
Schema and ontology matching with COMA++
Different match strategies can be applied including various forms of reusing previously determined match results and a so-called fragment-based match approach which decomposes a large match problem into smaller problems.
Data Cleaning: Problems and Current Approaches
This work classifies data quality problems that are addressed by data cleaning and provides an overview of the main solution approaches and discusses current tool support for data cleaning.
Evaluation of entity resolution approaches on real-world match problems
It is found that some challenging resolution tasks such as matching product entities from online shops are not sufficiently solved with conventional approaches based on the similarity of attribute values.
Matching large schemas: Approaches and evaluation
Comparison of Schema Matching Evaluations
This paper surveys recently published schema matching evaluations and introduces the major criteria that influence the effectiveness of a schema matching approach and uses these criteria to compare the various systems.
Rondo: a programming platform for generic model management
This work presents a first complete prototype of a generic model management system, in which high-level operators are used to manipulate models and mappings between models, and defines the key conceptual structures: models, morphisms, and selectors.