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A gauss function based approach for unbalanced ontology matching

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A gauss function based approach for unbalanced ontology matching
Ontology matching, aiming to obtain semantic correspondences between two ontologies, has played a key role in data exchange, data integration and metadata management. Among numerous matching scenarios, especially the applications cross multiple domains, we observe an important problem, denoted as unbalanced ontology matching which requires to find the matches between an ontology describing a local domain knowledge and another ontology covering the information over multiple domains, is not well studied in the community. In this paper, we propose a novel Gauss Function based ontology matching approach to deal with this unbalanced ontology matching issue. Given a relative lightweight ontology which represents the local domain knowledge, we extract a"similar" sub-ontology from the corresponding heavyweight ontology and then carry out the matching procedure between this lightweight ontology and the newly generated sub-ontology. The sub-ontology generation is based on the influenc...
Qian Zhong, Hanyu Li, Juanzi Li, Guo Tong Xie, Jie
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where SIGMOD
Authors Qian Zhong, Hanyu Li, Juanzi Li, Guo Tong Xie, Jie Tang, Lizhu Zhou, Yue Pan
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