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On Ontology Matching Problems


Ontologies are nowadays used in many domains such as Semantic Web, information systems… to represent meaning of data and data sources. In the framework of knowledge management in an heterogeneous organization, the materialization of the organizational memory in a " corporate semantic web " may require to integrate the various ontologies of the different groups of this organization. To be able to build a corporate semantic web in an heterogeneous, multi-communities organization, it is essential to have methods for comparing, aligning, integrating or mapping different ontologies. This paper proposes a new algorithm for matching two ontologies based on all the information available about the given ontologies (e.g. their concepts, relations, information about the structure of each hierarchy of concepts, or of relations), applying TF/IDF scheme (a method widely used in the information retrieval community) and integrating WordNet (an electronic lexical database) in the process of ontology matching.
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hal-01149842 , version 1 (07-05-2015)


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Lê Bach Thanh, Rose Dieng-Kuntz, Fabien Gandon. On Ontology Matching Problems: for building a corporate Semantic Web in a multi-communities organization. 6th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS), Universidade Portucalense, Porto, Apr 2004, Porto, Portugal. ⟨hal-01149842⟩
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