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Ontology alignment evaluation in the context of multi-agent interactions

AutorChocron, Paula; Schorlemmer, Marco
Palabras claveOntology
Fecha de publicación18-oct-2016
EditorCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Citación11th International Workshop on Ontology Matching, OM 2016; CEUR Workshop Proceedings Vol. 1766 (2016): 25-36
ResumenThe most prominent way to assess the quality of an ontology alignment is to compute its precision and recall with respect to another alignment taken as reference. These measures determine, respectively, the proportion of found mappings that belong to the reference alignment and the proportion of the reference alignment that was found. The use of these values has been criticised arguing that they fail to reflect important semantic aspects. In addition, they rely on the existence of a reference alignment. In this work we discuss the evaluation of alignments when they are used to facilitate communication between heterogeneous agents. We introduce the notion of pragmatic alignment to refer to the mappings that let agents understand each other, and we propose new versions of precision and recall that measure how useful mappings are for a particular interaction. We then discuss practical applications of these new measures and how they can be estimated dynamically by interacting agents. © 2016, CEUR-WS. All rights reserved.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/156101
Identificadoresissn: 16130073
uri: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1766/om2016_Tpaper3.pdf
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