Semantic Matching: Formal Ontological Distinctions for Information Organization, Extraction, and Integration

@inproceedings{Guarino1997SemanticMF,
  title={Semantic Matching: Formal Ontological Distinctions for Information Organization, Extraction, and Integration},
  author={Nicola Guarino},
  booktitle={SCIE},
  year={1997}
}
The task of information extraction can be seen as a problem of semantic matching between a user-defined template and a piece of information written in natural language. To this purpose, the ontological assumptions of the template need to be suitably specified, and compared with the ontological implications of the text. So-called “ontologies”, consisting of theories of various kinds expressing the meaning of shared vocabularies, begin to be used for this task. This paper addresses the… CONTINUE READING
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