TaxoMap in the OAEI 2008 alignment contest


International audienceTaxoMap is an alignment tool which aim is to discover rich correspondences between concepts. It performs an oriented alignment (from a source to a target ontology) and takes into account labels and sub-class descriptions. Our participation in last year edition of the competition have put the emphasis on certain limits. TaxoMap 2 is a new implementation of TaxoMap that reduces significantly runtime and enables parameterization by specifying the ontology language and different thresholds used to extract different mapping relations. The new implementation stresses on terminological techniques, it takes into account synonymy, and multi-label description of concepts. Special effort was made to handle large-scale ontologies by partitioning input ontologies into modules to align. We conclude the paper by pointing out the necessary improvements that need to be made

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