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BUSINESS ONTOLOGIES COOPERATION

Abstract : In the context of the cooperation between heterogeneous and distributed information sources, ontologies are a main issue. To represent shared knowledge, an hybrid domain ontology is designed and to respect each point of view of different experts, local ontologies are created. Since experts are willing to cooperate, similarities must be identified to build mappings between the concepts of the different ontologies. We propose a computer-aided system to allow the experts to choice similarity measures on demand. We apply this work to the geotechnic domain which involves various businesses.
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Mina Ziani, Danielle Boulanger, Guilaine Talens. BUSINESS ONTOLOGIES COOPERATION. 3nd International Conference on Knowledge Discovery Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management(KEOD), Oct 2011, France. p214-219. ⟨hal-00688900⟩

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