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Taxonomy alignment is a way to integrate two or more taxonomies. Semantic interoperability between datasets, information systems, and knowledge bases is facilitated by combining the different input taxonomies into merged taxonomies that reconcile apparent differences or conflicts. We show how alignment problems can be solved with a logic-based region connection calculus (RCC-5) approach, using five base relations to compare concepts: congruence, inclusion, inverse inclusion, overlap, anddoi:10.1002/pra2.2017.14505401006 dblp:conf/asist/ChengFSYRL17 fatcat:xtthqnhupvfetnwokwjgl7fc74