Application Merging in the ECOIN Context Mediation System using the Context Linking Approach

  title={Application Merging in the ECOIN Context Mediation System using the Context Linking Approach},
  author={M. Bilal Kaleem},
Integrating data from heterogeneous data sources means dealing with context differences. That is, differences in the assumptions that are made regarding format and interpretation of the data. The Context Interchange (COIN) group has developed a formalism to describe the context assumptions of data sources and data receivers. An ECOIN application ties various sources together by being mapping them to a common ontology, or domain model. ECOIN applications allow the context differences between… CONTINUE READING
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