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Context-based matching revisited

Abstract : Matching ontologies can be achieved by first recontextualising ontologies and then using this context information in order to deduce the relations between ontology entities. In Deliverable 3.3.1, we introduced the Scarlet system which uses ontologies on the web as context for matching ontologies. In this deliverable, we push this further by systematising the parameterisation of Scarlet. We develop a framework for expressing context-based matching parameters and implement most of them within Scarlet. This allows for evaluating the impact of each of these parameters on the actual results of context-based matching.
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Patrick Hoffmann, Mathieu d'Aquin, Jérôme Euzenat, Chan Le Duc, Marta Sabou, et al.. Context-based matching revisited. [Contract] 2010, pp.39. ⟨hal-00793279⟩

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