Découverte de correspondances sémantiques par inférences en environnement P2P

Abstract : This paper presents an approach for automatic discovery of semantic mappings between on-tologies in a P2P network. This process is based on semantic methods and description logics. It requires each peer to embed an inference engine, and to collaborate with other peers to exchange ontology parts as well as axioms over the network. A particular aspect of this approach is that it takes advantage of knowledge and mappings related to other peers to enrich the set of axioms that will be used to perform the mappings discovery process. The main challenge to solve is to significantly the computation time needed for semantic methods to perform this process. For this, we explore several strategies, such as reducing the size of the input ontologies, and distribut-ing the operations to be performed by the algorithm upon the different peers involved in the alignment process.
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Lionel Médini, Nicolas Lumineau, Patrick Hoffmann. Découverte de correspondances sémantiques par inférences en environnement P2P. Atelier "Passage à l'échelle des techniques de DEcouverte de CORrespondances", conférence EGC'07, Jan 2007, Namur, Belgique. pp.10. ⟨hal-01582747⟩

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