iMAP: Discovering Complex Mappings between Database Schemas

@inproceedings{Dhamankar2004iMAPDC,
  title={iMAP: Discovering Complex Mappings between Database Schemas},
  author={Robin Dhamankar and Yoonkyong Lee and AnHai Doan and Alon Y. Halevy and Pedro M. Domingos},
  booktitle={SIGMOD Conference},
  year={2004}
}
Creating semantic matches between disparate data sources is fundamental to numerous data sharing efforts. Manually creating matches is extremely tedious and error-prone. Hence many recent works have focused on automating the matching process. To date, however, virtually all of these works deal only with one-to-one (1-1) matches, such as address = location. They do not consider the important class of more complex matches, such as address = concat (city, state) and room-pric = room-rate* (1 + tax… CONTINUE READING

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