Discovering and Reconciling Semantic Conflicts: A Data Mining Perspective

@inproceedings{Lu1997DiscoveringAR,
  title={Discovering and Reconciling Semantic Conflicts: A Data Mining Perspective},
  author={Hongjun Lu and Weiguo Fan and Cheng Hian Goh and Stuart E. Madnick and David Wai-Lok Cheung},
  booktitle={DS-7},
  year={1997}
}
Current approaches to semantic interoperability require human intervention in detecting potential con icts and in de ning how those con icts may be resolved. This is a major impedance to achieving \logical connectivity", especially when the number of disparate sources is large. In this paper, we demonstrate that the detection and reconciliation of semantic con icts can be automated using tools and techniques developed by the data mining community. We describe a process for discovering such… CONTINUE READING

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