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Using Context to improve Semantic Interoperability

Abstract : This paper presents an approach to enhance interoperability between heterogeneous ontologies. It consists in adapting the ranking of concepts to the final users and their work context. The computations are based on an upper domain ontology, a task hierarchy and a user profile. As prerequisites, OWL ontologies have to be given, and an articulation ontology has to be built.
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Patrick Hoffmann, Lionel Médini, Parisa Ghodous. Using Context to improve Semantic Interoperability. 13th ISPE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONCURRENT ENGINEERING: RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS, Leading the Web in Concurrent Engineering, Sep 2006, Antibes, France, France. pp.243-250. ⟨hal-01549223⟩



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