Dealing with Incompatibilities During a Knowledge Bases Fusion Process
More and more data sets are published on the linked open data. Reusing these data is a challenging task as for a given domain, several data sets built for specific usage may exist. In this article we present an approach for existing knowledge bases fusion by taking into account incompatibilities that may appear in their representations. Equivalence mappings established by an alignment tool are considered in order to generate a subset of compatible candidates. The approach has been evaluated by domain experts on datasets dealing with agriculture.
KeywordsKnowledge acquisition Knowledge base fusion Incompatibilities
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