Finding the most similar concepts in two different ontologies

Adolfo Guzman-Arenas, Jesus M. Olivares-Ceja

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Abstract

A concise manner to send information from agent A to B is to use phrases constructed with the concepts of A: to use the concepts as the atomic tokens to be transmitted. Unfortunately, tokens from A are not understood by (they do not map into) the ontology of B, since in general each ontology has its own address space. Instead, A and B need to use a common communication language, such as English: the transmission tokens are English words. An algorithm is presented that finds the concept CB in OB (the ontology of B) most closely resembling a given concept CA. That is, given a concept from ontology OA, a method is provided to find the most similar concept in OB, as well as the similarity sim between both concepts. Examples are given.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages129-138
Number of pages115
StatePublished - 9 Dec 2004
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Guzman-Arenas, A., & Olivares-Ceja, J. M. (2004). Finding the most similar concepts in two different ontologies. 129-138. Paper presented at Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (Subseries of Lecture Notes in Computer Science), .
Guzman-Arenas, Adolfo ; Olivares-Ceja, Jesus M. / Finding the most similar concepts in two different ontologies. Paper presented at Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (Subseries of Lecture Notes in Computer Science), .115 p.
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