Centralized Clustering Method To Increase Accuracy In Ontology Matching Systems
Ontology is the main infrastructure of the Semantic Web which provides facilities for integration, searching and sharing of information on the web. Development of ontologies as the basis of semantic web and their heterogeneities have led to the existence of ontology matching. By emerging large-scale ontologies in real domain, the ontology matching systems faced with some problem like memory consumption. Therefore, partitioning the ontology was proposed. In this paper, a new clustering method for the concepts within ontologies is proposed, which is called SeeCC. The proposed method is a seeding-based clustering method which reduces the complexity of comparison by using clusters’ seed. The SeeCC method facilitates the memory consuming problem and increases their accuracy in the large-scale matching problem as well. According to the evaluation of SeeCC's results with Falcon-AO and the proposed system by Algergawy accuracy of the ontology matching is easily observed. Furthermore, compared to OAEI (Ontology Alignment Evaluation Initiative), SeeCC has acceptable result with the top ten systems.
Mohammad Javad Kargar
Seyyed Hashem Davarpanah