An overview of current ontology meta-matching solutions

  title={An overview of current ontology meta-matching solutions},
  author={Jorge Mart{\'i}nez Gil and Jos{\'e} Francisco Aldana Montes},
  journal={Knowl. Eng. Rev.},
Nowadays there are a lot of techniques and tools for addressing the ontology matching problem, however, the complex nature of this problem means that the existing solutions are unsatisfactory. This work intends to shed some light on a more flexible way of matching ontologies using ontology meta-matching. This emerging technique selects appropriate algorithms and their associated weights and thresholds in scenarios where accurate ontology matching is necessary. We think that an overview of the… 

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