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Measuring ontology information by rules based transformation
Author: Ma, Yinglong (1) ; Lu, Ke (3) ; Zhang, Ying (1) ; Jin, Beihong (2)
Corresponding Author: Ma, Y.(yinglongma@gmail.com)
Keyword: Ontology ; Ontology measurement ; Stable measurement ; Semantic measurement ; Ontology Engineering
Source: Knowledge-Based Systems
Issued Date: 2013
Volume: 50, Pages:234-245
Indexed Type: SCI ; EI
Department: (1) School of Control and Computer Engineering, North China Electric Power University, Beijing 102206, China; (2) State Key Laboratory of Computer Science, Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190, China; (3) University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China
Abstract: Ontologies have currently attracted much attention of researchers and engineers in many fields such as knowledge management, etc. It is attractive for ontology engineers to select and reuse the existing ontologies by measuring and evaluating them because ontology construction is rather tedious and costly. In this paper, a general framework for stable semantic ontology measurement is proposed. We first clarify the concepts of syntactic, semantic and stable semantic ontology measurement. Then we present the semantic derived model (SDM) to represent the semantic model of an ontology. By rule based transformation, an ontology can be automatically transformed into its final semantic derived model (FSDM) which is unique. Furthermore, we can measure ontologies based on FSDM by analyzing the types of entities of the existing ontology metrics. The related experiments are made to illustrate that our framework can effectively excavate and stably measure the semantics of ontologies. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
English Abstract: Ontologies have currently attracted much attention of researchers and engineers in many fields such as knowledge management, etc. It is attractive for ontology engineers to select and reuse the existing ontologies by measuring and evaluating them because ontology construction is rather tedious and costly. In this paper, a general framework for stable semantic ontology measurement is proposed. We first clarify the concepts of syntactic, semantic and stable semantic ontology measurement. Then we present the semantic derived model (SDM) to represent the semantic model of an ontology. By rule based transformation, an ontology can be automatically transformed into its final semantic derived model (FSDM) which is unique. Furthermore, we can measure ontologies based on FSDM by analyzing the types of entities of the existing ontology metrics. The related experiments are made to illustrate that our framework can effectively excavate and stably measure the semantics of ontologies. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Language: 英语
WOS ID: WOS:000323875500018
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URI: http://ir.iscas.ac.cn/handle/311060/16916
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Ma, Yinglong ,Lu, Ke ,Zhang, Ying ,et al. Measuring ontology information by rules based transformation[J]. Knowledge-Based Systems,2013-01-01,50:234-245.
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