Leveraging Terminological Structure for Object Reconciliation

@inproceedings{Nner2010LeveragingTS,
  title={Leveraging Terminological Structure for Object Reconciliation},
  author={Jan N{\"o}\ssner and Mathias Niepert and Christian Meilicke and Heiner Stuckenschmidt},
  booktitle={ESWC},
  year={2010}
}
It has been argued that linked open data is the major benefit of semantic technologies for the web as it provides a huge amount of structured data that can be accessed in a more effective way than web pages. While linked open data avoids many problems connected with the use of expressive ontologies such as the knowledge acquisition bottleneck, data heterogeneity remains a challenging problem. In particular, identical objects may be referred to by different URIs in different data sets… CONTINUE READING
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