ASMOV: Results for OAEI 2009

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ASMOV: Results for OAEI 2009
The Automated Semantic Mapping of Ontologies with Validation (ASMOV) algorithm for ontology alignment was one of the top performing algorithms in the 2007 and 2008 Ontology Alignment Evaluation Initiative (OAEI) contests. In this paper, we present a brief overview of the algorithm and its improvements, followed by an analysis of its results on the 2009 OAEI tests. 1 Presentation of the System In recent years, ontology alignment has become popular in solving interoperability issues across heterogonous systems in the semantic web. Though many techniques have emerged from the literature [1], the distinction between them is accentuated by the manner in which they exploit the ontology features. ASMOV, an algorithm that automates the ontology alignment process, uses a weighted average of measurements of similarity along four different features of ontologies, obtains a pre-alignment based on these measurements, and then semantically verifies this alignment to ensure that it does not contain s...
Yves R. Jean-Mary, E. Patrick Shironoshita, Mansur
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Updated 27 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Authors Yves R. Jean-Mary, E. Patrick Shironoshita, Mansur R. Kabuka
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