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Title: Ontology Mapping Representations: a Pragmatic Evaluation
Other Titles: International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering
Sponsor: Science Foundation Ireland
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Keywords: Semantic Mapping
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School
Citation: Hendrik Thomas, Declan O'Sullivan and Rob Brennan, Ontology Mapping Representations: a Pragmatic Evaluation, International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, Boston, USA, July 1-3, 2009, Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School, 2009, 228-232
Abstract: A common approach to mitigate the effects of ontology heterogeneity is to discover and express the specific corre-spondences (mappings) between different ontologies. An open research question is: how should such ontology mappings be represented? In recent years several proposals for an ontology mapping representation have been published, but as yet no for-mat is officially standardised or generally accepted in the com-munity. In this paper we will present the results of a systematic analysis of ontology mapping representations to provide a pragmatic state of the art overview of their characteristics. In particular we are interested how current ontology mapping representations can support the management of ontology map-pings (sharing, re-use, alteration) as well as how suitable they are for different mapping tasks
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