# A self-configuring semantic decision table For parameterizing an ontology-based data matching strategy

@article{Tang2011ASS,
title={A self-configuring semantic decision table For parameterizing an ontology-based data matching strategy},
author={Yan Tang and R. Meersman and J. Demey},
journal={2011 FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RESEARCH CHALLENGES IN INFORMATION SCIENCE},
year={2011},
pages={1-9}
}
• Published 2011
• Computer Science
• 2011 FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RESEARCH CHALLENGES IN INFORMATION SCIENCE
a semantic decision table (SDT), which is a decision table annotated with an ontology (or ontologies), is a means to ensure the completeness and correctness of a decision table. It can be used to store the parameters of a matching strategy. In principle, SDTs can be used to configure any kinds of strategies, functions or algorithm. In this paper, we use an ontology-based data matching strategy, which has been developed and used for competency matching in the fields of human resource management… Expand
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