WikiMatch - Using wikipedia for ontology matching
|WikiMatch - Using wikipedia for ontology matching|
|Author(s)||Hertling S., Paulheim H.|
|Published in||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||External resources, Ontology alignment, Ontology matching, Wikipedia (Extra: External knowledge, External resources, Internet resources, Matching tools, Natural languages, Ontology alignment, Ontology matching, State of the art, Structure-based, Wikipedia, Websites, Ontology)|
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Finding correspondences between different ontologies is a crucial task in the Semantic Web. Ontology matching tools are capable of solving that task in an automated manner, some even dealing with ontologies in different natural languages. Most state of the art matching tools use internal element and structure based techniques, while the use of large-scale external knowledge resources, especially internet resources, is still rare. In this paper, we introduce WikiMatch, a matching tool that exploits Wikipedia as an external knowledge source. We show that using Wikipedia is a feasible way of performing ontology matching, especially if different natural languages are involved.
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