Cases on Semantic Interoperability for Information Systems by Yannis Kalfoglou

By Yannis Kalfoglou

Semantic interoperability offers the potential to immediately method and combine quite a lot of details with out human intervention. instances on Semantic Interoperability for info structures Integration: Practices and functions presents an in-depth research of matters concerned with the applying of semantic interoperability to details assimilation initiatives through box pros. this crucial number of learn explains in-depth matters concerned the mixing of enormous quantities of heterogeneous details and issues to deficiencies of present platforms.

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Obsolete information would not be left in the database if Entity-Centric Semantic Interoperability an updated record is added for the same person, and publication records would not be related to the same author entry when in fact the authors are more than one. The Scopus IDs are a good starting point to establish unique identifiers but there is the need for a robust mechanism able to detect duplicates and eliminate them. The Data Integration Problem in Biology Biology, as well as many other experimental sciences, is experiencing an exponential growth in the amount of data.

Common methods to detect duplicates on non user-generated content are near-duplication detection approaches, such 18 as (Broder, 2000; Charikar, 2002). , vendors). However, unlike replicated web-pages, forum threads with the same question intention often differ significantly in the syntax and language. That is, in our initial experiments we could observe that these existing metrics result in only a decent precision of ca. 50% and are not directly applicable to forum content. Therefore we work on a new algorithm for detecting thread duplicates.

Currently we do not support transactional queries (Broder, 2002) explicitly but we put them under definitions. Quick Solutions area aggregates links to high quality sources, such as Blogs or SAP Notes, pointing to resources that most likely contain the solution of the initial problem. This kind of resources is provided by experts; therefore we expect to get answers which at least point users to relevant materials existing in the SDN. Entity-Centric Semantic Interoperability Definitions Block groups several types of hub pages such as homepages of Products, wiki sites, help pages or structured knowledge based like SAP Terms.

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