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Interactive ontology matching: using expert feedback to select attribute mappings

Jomar da Silva, Kate Revoredo, Fernanda Araujo Baião, Jérôme Euzenat
2018 International Semantic Web Conference  
An important step of this process is the selection of mappings to submit to the expert. These mappings can be between concepts, attributes or relationships of the ontologies.  ...  Interactive Ontology Matching considers the participation of domain experts during the matching process of two ontologies.  ...  In the selection step, the existing approaches of interactive ontology matching use similarity metrics to select the set of mapping suggestions.  ... 
dblp:conf/semweb/SilvaRBE18 fatcat:wj2lwx5w3zezpnnr4jrapzmqu4

Towards Evaluating Interactive Ontology Matching Tools [chapter]

Heiko Paulheim, Sven Hertling, Dominique Ritze
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To demonstrate how those evaluation can be designed, we show examples on assessing the quality of interactive matching tools which involve the user in matcher selection and matcher parametrization.  ...  Ontology matching tools have been proposed to find such correspondences.  ...  We determine the threshold to select by presenting mappings to the user and collecting the feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38288-8_3 fatcat:sak334cucrdzpcbl5royma4sxa

Interactive Techniques to Support Ontology Matching [chapter]

Sean M. Falconer, Natalya F. Noy
2010 Schema Matching and Mapping  
In this chapter, we present some of the latest work related to human-guided ontology matching.  ...  However, these techniques are far from perfect and when the use case requires an accurate matching, humans must be involved in the process.  ...  The user selects the ontologies to be mapped, an algorithm runs to compute an initial set of correspondences, the user interacts with the tool to validate the matching correspondences, and the tool uses  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16518-4_2 fatcat:chyhcyqgkve27gj2y57zrx6dwe

Interactive ontology matching based on partial reference alignment

Xingsi Xue, Xin Yao
2018 Applied Soft Computing  
is used to match the ontology segments.  ...  interactive ontology matching.  ...  Comparing with other interactive ontology matching systems, which got user involved before the matching process (to fine tune the system parameters) or after the matching process (to filter the final alignment  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.asoc.2018.08.003 fatcat:nq5zw3qbbvgvtdvgsjnfya3eay

Knowledge-Based Interactive Postmining of Association Rules Using Ontologies

Claudia Marinica, Fabrice Guillet
2010 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
First, we propose to use ontologies in order to improve the integration of user knowledge in the postprocessing task.  ...  Moreover, the quality of the filtered rules was validated by the domain expert at various points in the interactive process.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank Nantes Habitat, the Public Housing Unit in Nantes, France, and more specially Ms. Christelle Le Bouter, and also M.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tkde.2010.29 fatcat:b356aja5x5dphdvwds2sweb5bu

Forming Cognitive Maps of Ontologies Using Interactive Visualizations

Jonathan Demelo, Kamran Sedig
2021 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
Using visual representation and interaction design, interactive visualization tools can help us learn and develop our understanding of unfamiliar ontologies.  ...  Ontology datasets, which encode the expert-defined complex objects mapping the entities, relations, and structures of a domain ontology, are increasingly being integrated into the performance of challenging  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to acknowledge NSERC and its support of our research. We would also like to thank all authors and publishers who have allowed us to use images of their tools.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti5010002 fatcat:vhhzjhlcivcongepttjzk67rlq

Massive Ontology Interface

Matt Stannett, Catherine Legg, Samuel Sarjant
2013 Proceedings of the 14th Annual ACM SIGCHI_NZ conference on Computer-Human Interaction - CHINZ '13  
This paper describes the Massive Ontology Interface (MOI), a web portal which facilitates interaction with a large ontology (over 200,000 concepts and 1.6M assertions) that is built automatically using  ...  Using either a text or graph-based representation, users can discuss and edit the ontology.  ...  The level of ontological experience ranged from self-reported novice to expert.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2542242.2542251 dblp:conf/chinz/StannettLS13 fatcat:hvmh64dlh5dq7atly3cfcvelaq

The PROMPT suite: interactive tools for ontology merging and mapping

Natalya F Noy, Mark A Musen
2003 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
Many disciplines now develop standardized ontologies that domain experts can use to share and annotate information in their fields.  ...  either change the source ontologies to remove the overlaps or record a mapping between the sources for future reference.  ...  We are also grateful to anonymous reviewers for their insightful feedback. We would also like to thank everyone who participated in the evaluation experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2003.08.002 fatcat:udey24ydnjdvdnhn5ezi6dqp7i

Towards Large-Scale Schema and Ontology Matching [chapter]

Erhard Rahm
2010 Schema Matching and Mapping  
Large-scale matching needs especially be supported for XML schemas and different kinds of ontologies due to their increasing use and size, e.g. in e-business, web and life science applications.  ...  We also provide a brief comparison of selected match tools.  ...  For large schemas and ontologies, on the other hand, user interaction remains necessary to configure match workflows, perform incremental matching on selected schema portions, and to provide feedback on  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16518-4_1 fatcat:wyrqo2fmsrg6ldz7cpauq4axci

Providing end-user facilities to simplify ontology-driven web application authoring

José A. Macías, Pablo Castells
2007 Interacting with computers  
To complement this effort, we present a user study showing that it is possible to carry out a trade-off between expressiveness and ease of use in order to provide end-users with authoring facilities.  ...  In general they are domain experts rather than skilled software designers, and new authoring mechanisms are needed in order that they can accomplish their tasks properly.  ...  and deals with mappings to domain objects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.intcom.2007.01.006 fatcat:ihg6ov255faljidbt4vsvjaigm

Tracking and modelling information diffusion across interactive online media

Arno Scharl, Albert Weichselbraun, Wei Liu
2007 International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies  
them to an ontological knowledge structure, and tracking their temporal and geographic distribution.  ...  This paper addresses these gaps to reveal fundamental mechanisms of information diffusion across media with distinct interactive characteristics.  ...  Feedback from domain experts on the automatically generated ontology will help optimize the parameters of the ontology extension algorithm via machine learning algorithms.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmso.2007.016807 fatcat:vmxxxea5mndvrjwysr22virqv4

Minimizing Human Effort in Reconciling Match Networks [chapter]

Hung Quoc Viet Nguyen, Tri Kurniawan Wijaya, Zoltán Miklós, Karl Aberer, Eliezer Levy, Victor Shafran, Avigdor Gal, Matthias Weidlich
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Schema and ontology matching is a process of establishing correspondences between schema attributes and ontology concepts, for the purpose of data integration.  ...  In practice, post-matching human expert effort is needed to obtain a correct set of correspondences. We study this post-matching phase with the goal of reducing the costly human effort.  ...  [3] suggest the use of indirect feedback to improve the quality of a set of correspondences. We seek direct expert feedback, aiming at the minimization of the interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41924-9_19 fatcat:zfk5brer4jck7exf2iywej2yye

The Interaction Network Ontology-supported modeling and mining of complex interactions represented with multiple keywords in biomedical literature

Arzucan Özgür, Junguk Hur, Yongqun He
2016 BioData Mining  
However, previous work using INO focused on single keyword matching, while many interactions are represented with two or more interaction keywords used in combination.  ...  INO has been demonstrated to be valuable in providing a set of structured ontological terms and associated keywords to support literature mining of gene-gene interactions from biomedical literature.  ...  Funding This research was supported by grant R01AI081062 from the US NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (to YH) and Marie Curie FP7-Reintegration-Grants within the 7th European Community  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13040-016-0118-0 pmid:28031747 pmcid:PMC5168857 fatcat:ksf5v6hdyva2niciv5id4cjnim

Ontology-Based User Modeling in an Augmented Audio Reality System for Museums

Marek Hatala, Ron Wakkary
2005 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
Ubiquitous computing is a challenging area that allows us to further our under-7 standing and techniques of context-aware and adaptive systems.  ...  Among the challenges is 8 the general problem of capturing the larger context in interaction from the perspective 9 of user modeling and human-computer interaction (HCI).  ...  These concepts 550 are mapped to the Dewey Decimal Classification (represented as an ontology), 551 which indirectly gives our concept ontology a hierarchical structure that can be 552 used for drawing  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11257-005-2304-5 fatcat:2kpmkusddnguzcf7bcr7p7kswu

OWL-Based Ontology to Represent Interactions of Students in Educational Virtual Worlds

Tito Armando Rossi Filho, Aliane Loureiro Krassmann, Liane Margarida Rockenbach Tarouco, Patricia Alejandra Behar
2017 International journal for innovation education and research  
To discuss the feasibility and exemplify the ontology, an instance of an existing virtual world interaction is presented.  ...  This paper proposes an OWL-based ontology to address a solution to the problem of inconsistency of databases that record information about student interactions with learning objects within these environments  ...  how to use the ontology to design the interaction and the database structure.  ... 
doi:10.31686/ijier.vol5.iss7.761 fatcat:22zgvqiiazfqbnerfkiovfno2q
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