Ontology mediation , merging and aligning Jos

@inproceedings{May2006OntologyM,
  title={Ontology mediation , merging and aligning Jos},
  author={J. M. May},
  year={2006}
}
Ontology mediation is a broad field of research which is concerned with determining and overcoming differences between ontologies in order to allow the reuse of such ontologies, and the data annotated using these ontologies, throughout different heterogeneous applications. Ontology mediation can be subdivided into three areas: ontology mapping, which is mostly concerned with the representation of correspondences between ontologies; ontology alignment, which is concerned with the (semi… CONTINUE READING
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