WikiMatch results for OEAI 2012
|WikiMatch results for OEAI 2012|
|Author(s)||Hertling S., Paulheim H.|
|Published in||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: External knowledge, Matching tools, Natural languages, State of the art, Wikipedia, Ontology, Websites)|
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WikiMatch is a matching tool which makes use of Wikipedia as an external knowledge resource. The overall idea is to search Wikipedia for a given concept and retrieve all pages describing the term. If there is a large amount of common pages for two terms, then the concepts will have similar semantics. We make also use of the inter-language links between Wikipedias in different languages to match multilingual ontologies. The results show that this simple idea can keep up with state of the art tools. Moreover, the results on the Multifarm track depend on the Wikipedia's number of articles as well as the link amount to the Wikipedia of the other natural language to match. The growth of Wikipedia will thus help this matcher to improve the matching quality.
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