Holistic and Scalable Ontology Alignment for Linked Open Data

The linked open data community continuously releases massive amounts of RDF (Resource Description Framework) data that shall be used to easily create applications that incorporate data from different sources. Inter-operability across different sources requires links at instance- and at schema-level, thus connecting entities on the one hand and relating concepts on the other hand. State-of-the-art entity- and ontology-alignment methods produce high quality alignments for two “Nicely structured” individual sources, where an identification of relevant and meaningful pairs of ontologies is a precondition.

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RWTH Aachen University
Data Management