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2005
Springer

Type Uncertainty in Ontologically-Grounded Qualitative Probabilistic Matching

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Type Uncertainty in Ontologically-Grounded Qualitative Probabilistic Matching
This paper is part of a project to match real-world descriptions of instances of objects to models of objects. We use a rich ontology to describe s and models at multiple levels of detail and multiple levels of abstraction. The models are described using qualitative probabilities. This paper is about the problem of type uncertainty; what if we have a qualitative distribution over the types. For example allowing a model to specify that a meeting is always scheduled in a building, usually in a civic building, and never a shopping mall can help an agent find a meeting even if it is unsure about the address.
David Poole, Clinton Smyth
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Updated 27 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ECSQARU
Authors David Poole, Clinton Smyth
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