Ontology Matching with Knowledge Rules

@inproceedings{Jiang2015OntologyMW,
  title={Ontology Matching with Knowledge Rules},
  author={Shangpu Jiang and Daniel Lowd and Dejing Dou},
  booktitle={DEXA},
  year={2015}
}
Ontology matching is the process of automatically determining the semantic equivalences between the concepts of two ontologies. Most ontology matching algorithms are based on two types of strategies: terminology-based strategies, which align concepts based on their names or descriptions, and structure-based strategies, which exploit concept hierarchies to find the alignment. In many domains, there is additional information about the relationships of concepts represented in various ways, such as… CONTINUE READING
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