Ontology Alignment in the Biomedical Domain Using Entity Definitions and Context

  title={Ontology Alignment in the Biomedical Domain Using Entity Definitions and Context},
  author={Lucy Lu Wang and Chandra Bhagavatula and Mark Neumann and Kyle Lo and Chris Wilhelm and Waleed Ammar},
Ontology alignment is the task of identifying semantically equivalent entities from two given ontologies. Different ontologies have different representations of the same entity, resulting in a need to de-duplicate entities when merging ontologies. We propose a method for enriching entities in an ontology with external definition and context information, and use this additional information for ontology alignment. We develop a neural architecture capable of encoding the additional information… CONTINUE READING

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