Towards a methodology for selection suitable matching approaches - A Case Study

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swrc:authorperson:anja-jentzsch
swrc:authorperson:jerome-euzenat
swrc:authorperson:malgorzata-mochol
swc:uuid188a9fd0-beaf-4ec4-98b1-1b46eef15164
swrc:keywordsAHP-based methodlogy
swrc:abstractThe natural solution to fully explore the potentials hidden in existing matching approaches is a strategy based on the reuse of available matchers. However, building semantic applications based on the reuse of existing approaches is still a tedious process due to fact that reusing existing alignment methodologies within new application contexts is currently not being discussed deeply. In this paper we propose a methodology that takes into consideration the given application requirements as well as explores existing ontology matching approaches for the purpose of selection the suitable matchers among them. We apply this methodology to real world case studies, discuss the results achieved by our approach and compare them with the matcher ranking obtained during real processing.
dc:titleTowards a methodology for selection suitable matching approaches - A Case Study
rdfs:labelTowards a methodology for selection suitable matching approaches - A Case Study
swrc:keywordscase study
swrc:keywordsmatcher reuse
swrc:keywordsontology matching
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