A Benchmark for Ontologies Merging Assessment

@inproceedings{Mahfoudh2016ABF,
  title={A Benchmark for Ontologies Merging Assessment},
  author={Mariem Mahfoudh and Germain Forestier and Michel Hassenforder},
  booktitle={Knowledge Science, Engineering and Management},
  year={2016}
}
In the last years, ontology modeling became popular and thousands of ontologies covering multiple fields of application are now available. However, as multiple ontologies might be available on the same or related domain, there is an urgent need for tools to compare, match, merge and assess ontologies. Ontology matching, which consists in aligning ontology, has been widely studied and benchmarks exist to evaluate the different matching methods. However, somewhat surprisingly, there are no… 

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