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Supporting Manual Mapping Revision using Logical Reasoning

@inproceedings{Meilicke2008SupportingMM,
  title={Supporting Manual Mapping Revision using Logical Reasoning},
  author={Christian Meilicke and Heiner Stuckenschmidt and Andrei Tamilin},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={2008}
}
Finding correct semantic correspondences between ontologies is one of the most challenging problems in the area of semantic web technologies. Experiences with benchmarking matching systems revealed that even the manual revision of automatically generated mappings is a very difficult problem because it has to take the semantics of the ontologies as well as interactions between correspondences into account. In this paper, we propose methods for supporting human experts in the task of reviSing… Expand
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