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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Knowledge Sharing is a crucial issue in the Semantic Web: SW services expose and share knowledge content which arise from distinct languages, locales, and personal perspectives; a great effort has been spent in these years, in the form of Knowledge Representation standards and communication protocols, with the objective of acquiring semantic consensus across distributed applications. However, neither ontology mapping algorithm nor knowledge mediator agent can easily find a way throughdoi:10.1007/11779568_106 fatcat:om5n3q3dfvbcldb4nw2fnqv25e