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1.2 COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE, Computer Sciences, Information Science
Understanding the meaning of each term in an ontology is essential for successfully integrating and aligning ontologies. Much ontology integration research to date is focused on syntactic, structural and semantic matching where the actual meaning of the concepts is disregarded. The C-SAW approach to ontology alignment is based on the Contextualizing the concepts by using a set of Semantic Alignment Words (C-SAW). The C-SAW approach is enhanced by Negative Semantic Reinforcement (NSR), where additional semantic meaning can be added to the set of Semantic Alignment Words, by considering words which are unrelated to the concept.
Tierney, B. & Jackson, M. (2008) C-SAW – Contextual Semantic Alignment of Ontologies – Using Negative Semantic Reinforcement, 2008 ACM symposium on Applied computing,DOI:10.1145/1363686.1364242