Having concluded last week that apart from Falcon-AO, it is imperative to explore other approaches/algorithms, I started working on AROMA (Association Rule Ontology Matching Approach). It is a hybrid, extensional and asymmetric matching approach which allows to match not only equivalence relations but also subsumption relations between entities, i.e. classes Continue reading Working with AROMA & Progress with Falcon-AO
This was an exciting week, in as much as it culminated with a visit to the Oak Ridge National Lab. Initial part of the week was invested in exploring further the algorithms that were shortlisted in the prior week, namely Falcon and AgreementMaker. Both of these are available as separate Continue reading Working with some Algos & Visit to ORNL
Week two revolved around identifying and surveying the algorithms and systems available for matching of the ontologies. The focus was on studying the several systems that have appeared and repeatedly participated (in recent years) in the OAEI campaigns. The Ontology Matching paper (Shvaiko & Euzenat) discusses some of the systems Continue reading Analyzing Ontology Matching Systems
This week, being the first, the focus was on identifying different ontologies related to Earth & Environmental Sciences. The emphasis of my internship is on evaluating and consequently implementing various algorithms present which can effectively map ontologies related to the said domain. The initial step in this direction is to Continue reading Identifying and Evaluating Ontology fragments for Mapping
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