Ontological quality control in large-scale, applied ontology matching
Legg, C., & Sarjant, S. (2013). Ontological quality control in large-scale, applied ontology matching. Proceedings of the The Eighth International Workshop on Ontology Matching, OM-2013. ISWC-2013, October 21 2013, Sydney, Australia.
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To date, large-scale applied ontology mapping has relied greatly on label matching and other relatively simple syntactic features. In search of more holistic and accurate alignment, we offer a suite of partially overlapping ontology mapping heuristics which allows us to hypothesise matches and test them against the knowledge in our source ontology (OpenCyc). We thereby automatically align our source ontology with 55K concepts from Wikipedia with 93% accuracy.
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