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Ontology distances for contextualisation

Abstract : Distances between ontologies are useful for searching, matching or visualising ontologies. We study the various distances that can be defined across ontologies and provide them in a NeOn toolkit plug-in, OntoSim, which is a library of distances that can be used for recontextualising.
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Jérôme Euzenat, Carlo Allocca, Jérôme David, Mathieu d'Aquin, Chan Le Duc, et al.. Ontology distances for contextualisation. [Contract] 2009, pp.50. ⟨hal-00793450⟩

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