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Title: Adaptive Semantic Interoperability Strategies for Knowledge Based Networking
Sponsor: Science Foundation Ireland
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Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: S. Guo, J. Keeney, D. O'Sullivan, D. Lewis, Adaptive Semantic Interoperability Strategies for Knowledge Based Networking, Journal of Software (JSW) (Special Issue on Semantic Extensions to Middleware), 4, 8, 2009, 808 - 820
Series/Report no.: Journal of Software (JSW) (Special Issue on Semantic Extensions to Middleware)
Abstract: Knowledge-based networking involves the forwarding of messages across a network based on semantics of the data and associated metadata of the message content. However such systems typically assume a common semantic model underpinning the routing which limits their ability to cope with heterogeneity. In contrast, the authors have developed a semantic-based publish/subscribe system that is unique in allowing several semantic models to support routing. This paper examines the content heterogeneity problem in a Knowledge-based Network (KBN) implementation and evaluates a mechanism for efficiently and dynamically loading ontological mappings for use with distributed and heterogeneous knowledge-based applications. It compares a number of strategies that use pre-existing semantic mapping information stored in KBN routers. Evaluation results show that this mechanism can effectively solve the heterogeneity problem.
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