Gold Standard Based Ontology Evaluation Using Instance Assignment

@inproceedings{Brank2006GoldSB,
  title={Gold Standard Based Ontology Evaluation Using Instance Assignment},
  author={Janez Brank and Jozef},
  year={2006}
}
An ontology is an explicit formal conceptualization of some domain of interest. Ontology evaluation is the problem of assessing a given ontology from the point of view of a particular criterion or application, typically in order to determine which of several ontologies would best suit a particular purpose. This paper proposes an ontology evaluation approach based on comparing an ontology to a gold standard ontology, assuming that both ontologies are constructed over the same set of instances. 
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