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Fourth International Symposium on Uncertainty Modeling and Analysis, 2003. ISUMA 2003.
The exchange of information between two agents over the Semantic Web requires a means of translating between the "vocabularies" of the agents. Much research has focused on the use of ontologies for specifying an agent's knowledge and for exchanging information between agents. Effective communication between agents using different ontologies, however, requires determining the semantic interoperability, i.e., the agreement between the two agents' ontologies. Ontology matching is essential for thedoi:10.1109/isuma.2003.1236153 fatcat:bbfmcdhyqfczteizphtvxzg36e