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RDF2Vec-based Classification of Ontology Alignment Changes [article]

Matthias Jurisch, Bodo Igler
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Especially for large ontologies this is a costly task often consisting of manual work.  ...  This work presents an approach to finding these changes based on RDF embeddings and common classification techniques.  ...  To denote a change of an ontology over time, we use the prime symbol (e.g., a changed version of O is denoted as O ′ ).  ... 
arXiv:1805.09145v1 fatcat:a3vnatg3yvhqtnhvnzf6pkwrxu

Fuzzy Ontology Evolution: Classification of a New Individual

Djellal Asma, Boufaida Zizette
2014 Journal of Emerging Technologies in Web Intelligence  
to enable the classification of new individuals in a fuzzy hierarchy.  ...  In this paper, and as a first step in the problem of fuzzy ontology evolution, we are interested in the classification of new individuals; for this reason, we use the classificatory reasoning mechanism  ...  IV FUZZY ONTOLOGY EVOLUTION: CLASSIFICATION OF A NEW INDIVIDUAL In this section we will present a classification algorithm of a new individual.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jetwi.6.1.9-14 fatcat:jd6xd7u44ngn5juvh5kg7m7hha

Ontology-based semantic classification of satellite images: Case of major disasters

Hafidha Bouyerbou, Kamal Bechkoum, Nadjia Benblidia, Richard Lepage
2014 2014 IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium  
In this work, we present an ontology-based semantic hierarchical classification method to undertake this problem.  ...  Ontology components are translated to image-based parameters and used to assist the classification process with two levels and 12 embedded classes.  ...  We wish to thank CSR, University of Texas, and Digital Globe for providing pre and post-disaster imagery.  ... 
doi:10.1109/igarss.2014.6946942 dblp:conf/igarss/BouyerbouBBL14 fatcat:hyxmalyds5hsbhltmtphoeilt4

The Role of Ontologies in eCommerce [chapter]

Y. Ding, D. Fensel, M. Klein, B. Omelayenko, E. Schulten
2004 Handbook on Ontologies  
In this paper, we discuss the main problems in information integration in this area and describe how Ontology technology can help to solve many of them.  ...  Intelligent solutions that help to mechanize the process of structuring, standardizing, aligning and personalizing are a key requisite to successfully overcome the current bottlenecks of eCommerce enabling  ...  Such a high change rate can quickly invalidate a lot of the actual classifications of products.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24750-0_30 fatcat:2gqv2ouljnbz3o7ggxsgseksxy

Geo-Information (Lake Data) Service Based on Ontology

Long-hua He, Junjie Li
2007 Data Science Journal  
Recently ontology research has received much attention in geo-information science and the concept of ontology is very important for spatial information concept modeling and data sharing, classification  ...  More importantly, it enriches the semantic theory of spatial information. Geo-information services and geo-information interpretation and extraction are the two main applications of geo-ontology.  ...  The essence of a geographical phenomenon is the effect of internal process and explicit accidental factors; (5) change and incidence: entities of the real world always have some change that should be considered  ... 
doi:10.2481/dsj.6.s884 fatcat:m7niwej44ralrdu4n5beaqje7q

Will Semantic Web Technologies Work for the Development of ICD-11? [chapter]

Tania Tudorache, Sean Falconer, Csongor Nyulas, Natalya F. Noy, Mark A. Musen
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The World Health Organization is beginning to use Semantic Web technologies in the development of the 11th revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11).  ...  While previous revisions of ICD encoded minimal information about a disease, and were mainly published as books and tabulation lists, the creators of ICD-11 envision that it will become a multipurpose  ...  Protégé is a national resource supported by grant LM007885 from NLM.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17749-1_17 fatcat:dux6aclw6fet5bt5knc25b557e

Practical Ontology Systems for Enterprise Application [chapter]

Dongkyu Kim, Sang-goo Lee, Junho Shim, Jonghoon Chun, Zoonky Lee, Heungsun Park
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present the issues based on an ongoing project to build a product ontology for a public procurement system.  ...  We believe that we are seriously lacking in modeling methodology, domain user tools, and lifecycle management methodology for the creation and maintenance of ontology on a large deployable scale.  ...  A relationship has to change as its participating concepts change.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11596370_8 fatcat:lcahhutxjvgy5bg7vtypesvkgi

OWL Reasoning: Subsumption Test Hardness and Modularity

Nicolas Matentzoglu, Bijan Parsia, Uli Sattler
2017 Journal of automated reasoning  
We present sound evidence that, while the impact of subsumption testing is significant only for a small number of ontologies across a popular collection of 330 ontologies (BioPortal), modularity has a  ...  Decomposing the ontology into modules prior to classification, and then classifying the composites one-by-one, has been suggested as a way to mitigate this complexity in practice.  ...  example the classification of some ontology by a reasoner at a particular point in time.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10817-017-9414-8 pmid:30069069 pmcid:PMC6044258 fatcat:3s77puyxlngdfa2rf3iclvb3qy

Epilepsy informatics and an ontology-driven infrastructure for large database research and patient care in epilepsy

Satya S. Sahoo, Guo-Qiang Zhang, Samden D. Lhatoo
2013 Epilepsia  
Modeling the recommendations of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) classification system in the form of an epilepsy domain ontology is essential for consistent use of terminology in a variety  ...  However, the imperative for a universally acceptable classification and terminology has a scope that extends to practical domains, such as the construction of  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by the Prevention and Risk Identification of SUDEP Mortality (PRISM) Project (1-P20-NS076965-01) and NIH/NCATS Case CTSA (UL1TR000439).  ... 
doi:10.1111/epi.12211 pmid:23647220 pmcid:PMC3774789 fatcat:votlvpmpdjez5mmyub5l537r3q

A Framework for Intensional and Extensional Integration of Geographic Ontologies

Eleni Tomai, Poulicos Prastacos, Marinos Kavouras
2007 Transactions on GIS  
However, an ontology that has been created for a specific task or application needs to be populated with instances. These comprise the extensional level of an ontology.  ...  In this context, this research strives to set a framework for extensional mappings between ontologies using Information Flow Theory by presenting a case study of interoperability between the thematic content  ...  Classification The components of a distributed system are represented by a classification A (Devlin 2001) , which is a triple, <A, Σ A , A > where A the set of objects of A to be classified, called tokens  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9671.2007.01081.x fatcat:y7hzayjb3fd4hadenqsuyh2ex4

Time efficient reconciliation of mappings in dynamic web ontologies

Asad Masood Khattak, Zeeshan Pervez, Khalid Latif, Sungyoung Lee
2012 Knowledge-Based Systems  
Accommodating new knowledge in domain ontology causes the ontology to change from one consistent state to another.  ...  The proposed approach offers the benefits of re-establishing mappings among the updated ontologies in less time than is required with existing systems.  ...  This approach is most suitable for large ontologies with hundreds and thousands of resources, such as Google Classification and Wiki Classification, or ACM Classification Hierarchy and MSC Classification  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.knosys.2012.04.016 fatcat:thzuchh25zfmjkfuyh6r6q63qq

Incremental Classification of Description Logics Ontologies

Bernardo Cuenca Grau, Christian Halaschek-Wiener, Yevgeny Kazakov, Boontawee Suntisrivaraporn
2010 Journal of automated reasoning  
We have applied our results to incremental classification of OWL ontologies and found significant improvement over regular classification time on a set of real-world ontologies.  ...  In this paper, we propose a collection of techniques for incremental reasoning -that is, reasoning that reuses information obtained from previous versions of an ontology.  ...  The first author is also supported by a Royal Society University Research Fellowship.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10817-009-9159-0 fatcat:aflbig7cgbdjbeww4wxq447rme

Rule based Medical Content Classification for Secure Remote Health Monitoring

J. Balachander, E. Ramanujam
2017 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Now days, Medical data records are computerized and it is essential to predict the disease / symptoms of a patient in near future.  ...  The proposed system implements rule based ontology classification method such as pattern matching for patient's diseases and compare with other methods such as Resource Description Framework implementation  ...  Also, the proposed present a compatibility concept for applying a change to ontology on the level of statements.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2017913852 fatcat:a7s6eh54x5bzdj3oc4piunf5rm

Evaluation of the Cell Ontology (CL)

Lindsay Cowell
2009 Nature Precedings  
The cell ontology developed by Bard and colleagues (CL) (Bard et al. 2005) makes a significant contribution towards fulfilling this need by providing an ontology of cell types.  ...  For example, using the number of distinct cell types in an organism as a measure of biological complexity, Vogel and Chothia (2006) compared the proteomes of 38 organisms of varying complexity and identified  ...  The current classification of cells by function seems rather disorganized, but it is hard to evaluate without a sound ontology of function and a sound cell type ontology based on structure.  ... 
doi:10.1038/npre.2009.3971.1 fatcat:5vm7alj6lbeednagfcqzw7yx5a

Knowledge Acquisition For The Construction Of An Evolving Ontology: Application To Augmented Surgery

Nora Taleb, Sellami Mokhtar, Michel Simonet
2009 Zenodo  
We propose a methodology for managing an evolving ontology from a text corpus that evolves over time, while preserving the consistency and the persistence of this ontology.  ...  The knowledge forming a text corpus, especially in dynamic domains, is in continuous evolution. When a change in the corpus occurs, the domain ontology must evolve accordingly.  ...  ONTOLOGICAL EVOLUTION FROM A CORPUS OF TEXTS The evolution is a change that takes into account the coherence and the persistence of the ontology.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1071670 fatcat:nvdautu5wfcffdy4zvrkhkywoe
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