Category:Topic ontology matching
 Short Definition
Ontology matching is the process of finding the correspondences between two, or more, ontologies. The result of ontology matching is called an alignment. This alignment can be given a processable form that is used for ontology translation. It is closely related to Alignment, Translation, and Mapping.
 More External Information about Ontology matching
- Search for Semantic Web publications using FacetedDBLP (the search is restricted to the main venues publishing about 'Semantic Web').
- Search for computer science publications using FacetedDBLP
- Search for computer science experts using ASPL-2
- Search for computer science publishing venues using ASPL-2
- Search for Semantic Web tools and applications for Ontology matching
- Search for scientific publications as phrase or bag of keywords on Google Scholar
- Search as phrase or bag of keywords on Google
- Look into Wikipedia
 Further Information
- Jérôme Euzenat, Pavel Shvaiko, Ontology matching, Springer, 2007
- ontologymatching.org: the one-stop resource for ontology matching
Pages in category "Topic ontology matching"
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