How Similar Is It? Towards Personalized Similarity Measures in Ontologies

  title={How Similar Is It? Towards Personalized Similarity Measures in Ontologies},
  author={Abraham Bernstein and Esther Kaufmann and Christoph Buerki and Mark Klein},
Finding a good similarity assessment algorithm for the use in ontologies is central to the functioning of techniques such as retrieval, matchmaking, clustering, datamining, ontology translations, automatic database schema matching, and simple object comparisons. This paper assembles a catalogue of ontology based similarity measures, which are experimentally compared with a “similarity gold standard” obtained by surveying 50 human subjects. Results show that human and algorithmic similarity… CONTINUE READING
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