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Reverse Ontology Matching

Jorge Martinez-Gil
2018 Figshare  
Ontology Matching aims to find the semantic correspondences between ontologies that belong to a single domain but that have been developed separately. However, there are still some problem areas to be solved, because experts are still needed to supervise the matching processes and an efficient way to reuse the alignments has not yet been found. We propose a novel technique named Reverse Ontology Matching, which aims to find the matching functions that were used in the original process. The use
more » ... l process. The use of these functions is very useful for aspects such as modeling behavior from experts, performing matching-by-example, reverse engineering existing ontology matching tools or compressing ontology alignment repositories. Moreover, the results obtained from a widely used benchmark dataset provide evidence of the effectiveness of this approach.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7093610 fatcat:jbrrolw4g5crnikjefh5vfvc5a

Annotated Bibliography on Knowledge Bases

Jorge Martinez-Gil
2019 Figshare  
In fact, there are some issues to be addressed in order to empirically prove the technology for systems of this kind to be mature and reliable (Martinez-Gil, 2015) . 2018).  ...  In addition, it will be shown how the matching queries can be exploited for gap queries that determine how profile instances need to be extended in order to improve in the rankings (Martinez-Gil et al.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7745852 fatcat:72h6yz5wxjfo7pjihgpzul7vni

Annotated Bibliography on Ontology Matching

Jorge Martinez-Gil
2019 Figshare  
Moreover, the results obtained from a widely used benchmark dataset provide evidence of the effectiveness of this approach (Martinez-Gil & Aldana-Montes, 2010).  ...  Moreover, we test it here by combining some cutting-edge similarity measures over a standard benchmark, and the results obtained show several advantages in relation to other techniques (Martinez-Gil et  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7546559 fatcat:ywrqxyg7xjbe7mk7pg2m6v7h5m

Annotated Bibliography on Semantic Similarity

Jorge Martinez-Gil
2019 Figshare  
(Martinez-Gil & Montes, 2013) .  ...  The goal is to substitute the traditional techniques where necessary (Martinez-Gil, 2014) .  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7546556.v1 fatcat:gogxvtbmlnexzbkrursj5abwbe

A Survey on Legal Question Answering Systems [article]

Jorge Martinez-Gil
2021 arXiv   pre-print
However, the limitation of functional level interpretability when working with text is limited (Martinez-Gil & Chaves-Gonzalez, 2020).  ...  There are variations of the above that attempt to compute co-occurrence in a more sophisticated way so that text windows and regular expressions are taken into account (Martinez-Gil et al., 2019b) .  ... 
arXiv:2110.07333v1 fatcat:a3pgndtdrnemxortichxztfaoy

Challenges in the field of expert systems

Jorge Martinez-Gil
2021 figshare.com  
For this reason, we think that this project presents a strong potential to support Jorge Martinez-Gil for establishing a proper research team and to start conducting independent research in Austria by  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.14371751.v1 fatcat:apylfw5hkbgkvbaqum2qhpwbvq

SIFT: An Algorithm for Extracting Structural Information From Taxonomies [article]

Jorge Martinez-Gil
2016 arXiv   pre-print
In this work we present SIFT, a 3-step algorithm for the analysis of the structural information represented by means of a taxonomy. The major advantage of this algorithm is the capability to leverage the information inherent to the hierarchical structures of taxonomies to infer correspondences which can allow to merge them in a later step. This method is particular relevant in scenarios where taxonomy alignment techniques exploiting textual information from taxonomy nodes cannot operate successfully.
more » ... not operate successfully.
arXiv:1602.07064v1 fatcat:sfsjd2uyuzetxnzygoqvgotjze

Semantic Similarity Measurement Using Historical Google Search Patterns

Jorge Martinez Gil
2018 Figshare  
Jorge Martinez-Gil was a senior researcher in the Department of Computer Languages and Computing Sciences at the University of Malaga (Spain) at the time of this work was done.  ...  Martinez-Gil has published several papers in prestigious journals like SIGMOD Record, Knowledge and Information Systems, Knowledge Engineering Review, Online Information Review, Journal of Computer Science  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.6652373 fatcat:4khcgeildnhbxjnc4ehbzndlce

Abdominal pregnancies in farm rabbits

Pablo Segura Gil, Bernat Peris Palau, Jorge Martı́nez Martı́nez, Joaquı́n Ortega Porcel, Juan Manuel Corpa Arenas
2004 Theriogenology  
Abdominal pregnancy is defined as the implantation and development of one or several segmented ova or embryos in the peritoneal cavity. Although this has been reported in several species, it is considered as a low incidence process. It is classified as a primary abdominal pregnancy, if there is no evidence of uterine rupture, with presumed regurgitation of early embryos from the uterine tube and as a secondary abdominal pregnancy, when there is evidence of uterine rupture. During a necropsy
more » ... ring a necropsy study of 550 adult fertile female New Zealand white rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) from two rabbit farms in Valencia (Spain), the main causes of elimination were studied. Twenty-eight abdominal pregnancies were diagnosed. Seven animals showed no lesions in their reproductive tract. The remaining twenty-one animals showed acute or chronic lesions in the reproductive tract. The classification as a primary or secondary condition is discussed. It may be concluded therefore that extrauterine pregnancies would not be such an unusual finding in rabbits (7.8% in one of the studied), and that this premise should be considered in the diagnostic approach when assessing rabbit doe pathology. New husbandry systems in rabbits such as artificial insemination are factors to be considered.
doi:10.1016/j.theriogenology.2003.11.005 pmid:15226019 fatcat:lyz2xgseobcevoxzgfieq7n54y

Automated knowledge base management: A survey

Jorge Martinez-Gil
2015 Computer Science Review  
A fundamental challenge in the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Databases consists of developing methods to automatically manage Knowledge Bases which can serve as a knowledge source for computer systems trying to replicate the decision-making ability of human experts. Despite of most of tasks involved in the building, exploitation and maintenance of KBs are far from being trivial, significant progress has been made during the last years. However, there are still a number of
more » ... number of challenges that remain open. In fact, there are some issues to be addressed in order to empirically prove the technology for systems of this kind to be mature and reliable.
doi:10.1016/j.cosrev.2015.09.001 fatcat:vqj5bffs45ggjewrsunwlgkq6u

'Antes del orgullo. Recuperando la memoria gay', de Jorge Luis Peralta

Juan Martínez Gil
2021 Kamchatka: Revista de Análisis Cultural  
Cárdenas: una guerrillera urbana disfrazada de artista" (155-160) donde se recorre brevemente la trayectoria y la importancia de la activista lesbiana mexicana Nancy Cárdenas; y la de Víctor Saúl Villegas Martínez  ...  Revista de análisis cultural 17 (2021): 567-571 ISSN: 2340-1869 https://doi.org/10.7203/KAM.17.20608 La contribución que cierra el volumen, del propio Jorge Luis Peralta, lleva por título "Novelas que  ... 
doi:10.7203/kam.17.20608 fatcat:7shwnwpjnrenflhtnz5cg4a64m

El empoderamiento del alumnado en los sMOOC

Javier Gil Quintana, Jorge Martínez Pérez
2017 Revista Complutense de Educación  
Cómo citar: Gil Quintana, J. & Martínez Pérez, J. (2018) . El empoderamiento del alumnado en los sMOOC. Revista Complutense de Educación, 29 (1), 43-60.  ...  , fundamentado en la teoría conectivista y su modelo de aprendizaje; las tareas, según las habilidades del alumnado en la resolución de determinados tipos de trabajo y los contenidos» (Raposo-Rivas, Martínez-Figuera  ... 
doi:10.5209/rced.51932 fatcat:7ks5soh7czbxrp6ldt6dvol6f4

Looking for the Best Historical Window for Assessing Semantic Similarity Using Human Literature

Jorge Martinez Gil
2018 Figshare  
We describe the way to get benefit from broad cultural trends through the quantitative analysis of a vast digital book collection representing the digested history of humanity. Our research work has revealed that appropriately comparing the occurrence patterns of words in some periods of human literature can help us to accurately determine the semantic similarity between these words by means of computers without requiring human intervention. Preliminary results seem to be promising.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5765337.v1 fatcat:4t64x64izzajrfseadqwv5a2k4

Semantic similarity measurement using historical google search patterns

Jorge Martinez-Gil, José F. Aldana-Montes
2013 Information Systems Frontiers  
Jorge Martinez-Gil was a senior researcher in the Department of Computer Languages and Computing Sciences at the University of Malaga (Spain) at the time of this work was done.  ...  Martinez-Gil has published several papers in prestigious journals like SIGMOD Record, Knowledge and Information Systems, Knowledge Engineering Review, Online Information Review, Journal of Computer Science  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-012-9404-7 fatcat:2u7dizlgz5favmg3yx5upewkzu

La pregunta clínica: una oportunidad formativa inesperada

José Saura Llamas, Esther Rubio Gil, Antonio Martínez Pastor, Jorge Gómez Portela
2008 Atención Primaria  
a , Esther Rubio Gil a , Antonio Martínez Pastor b y Jorge Gómez Portela a a Técnico de Salud. Unidad Docente de Medicina Familiar y Comunitaria. GAP de Murcia. Murcia. España. b Coordinador.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0212-6567(08)75703-2 pmid:19100157 fatcat:z5y4mythunbqhhnbtunzufm3pi
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