CODI: Combinatorial Optimization for Data Integration: results for OAEI 2011

@inproceedings{Huber2010CODICO,
  title={CODI: Combinatorial Optimization for Data Integration: results for OAEI 2011},
  author={Jakob Huber and Timo Sztyler and Jan N{\"o}\ssner and Christian Meilicke},
  booktitle={OM},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper, we describe our probabilistic-logical align ment system CODI (Combinatorial Optimization for Data Integration). T he system provides a declarative framework for the alignment of individuals, co n epts, and properties of two heterogeneous ontologies. CODI leverages both logic al s hema information and lexical similarity measures with a well-defined sem antics for A-Box and T-Box matching. The alignments are computed by solving corr esponding combinatorial optimization problems. 1… CONTINUE READING
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