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Title: Foundational Ontologies meet Ontology Matching: A Survey
Authors: Trojahn, Cassia
Vieira, Renata
Schmidt, Daniela
Pease, Adam
Guizzardi, Giancarlo
Keywords: Ontology alignment
Top ontologies
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Journal of Semantic Web
Citation: Trojahn, C., Vieira, R., Schmidt, D., Pease, A., Guizzardi, G. Foundational Ontologies Meet Ontology Matching: A Survey. Semantic Web Journal 1 Jan. 2021 : 1 – 20. DOI: 10.3233/SW-210447
Abstract: Ontology matching is a research area aimed at finding ways to make different ontologies interoperable. Solutions to the problem have been proposed from different disciplines, including databases, natural language processing, and machine learning. The role of foundational ontologies for ontology matching is an important one. It is multifaceted and with room for development. This paper presents an overview of the different tasks involved in ontology matching that consider foundational ontologies. We discuss the strengths and weaknesses of existing proposals and highlight the challenges to be addressed in the future.
Type: article
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