Merging of Ontologies Through Merging of Their Rules

01/16/2020
by   Olegs Verhodubs, et al.
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Ontology merging is important, but not always effective. The main reason, why ontology merging is not effective, is that ontology merging is performed without considering goals. Goals define the way, in which ontologies to be merged more effectively. The paper illustrates ontology merging by means of rules, which are generated from these ontologies. This is necessary for further use in expert systems.

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