A session-based ontology alignment approach enabling user involvement

  title={A session-based ontology alignment approach enabling user involvement},
  author={Patrick Lambrix and Rajaram Kaliyaperumal},
  journal={Semantic Web},
One of the current challenges in ontology alignment is the user involvement in the alignment process. To obtain highquality alignments user involvement is needed for validation of matching results as well as in the mapping generation process. Further, there is a need for supporting the user in tasks such as matcher selection, combination and tuning. In this paper we introduce a conceptual ontology alignment framework that enables user involvement in a natural way. This is achieved by… CONTINUE READING

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