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Title: Using Pseudo Feedback to Improve Cross-Lingual Ontology Mapping
Other Titles: LNCS
8th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2011)
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Keywords: Cross-Lingual Ontology Mapping
Pseudo Feedback
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Fu B., Brennan R., O'Sullivan D., Using Pseudo Feedback to Improve Cross-Lingual Ontology Mapping, LNCS, 8th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2011), Heraklion, Greece, May 29th - June 2nd, Grigoris Antoniou, Marko Grobelnik, Elena Simperl, Bijan Parsia, Dimitris Plexousakis, Jeff Pan and Pieter De Leenheer, 6643, Part 1, Springer, 2011, 336 - 351
Series/Report no.: 6643
Part 1
Abstract: Translation techniques are often employed by cross-lingual ontology mapping (CLOM) approaches to turn a cross-lingual mapping problem into a monolingual mapping problem which can then be solved by state of the art monolingual ontology matching tools. However in the process of doing so, noisy translations can compromise the quality of the matches generated by the subsequent monolingual matching techniques. In this paper, a novel approach to improve the quality of cross-lingual ontology mapping is presented and evaluated. The proposed approach adopts the pseudo feedback technique that is similar to the well understood relevance feedback mechanism used in the field of information retrieval. It is shown through the evaluation that pseudo feedback can improve the matching quality in a CLOM scenario.
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Heraklion, Greece
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