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Re: model-model mapping

From: Sergey Melnik <melnik@db.stanford.edu>
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 12:14:56 -0800
Message-ID: <3C448DC0.BB14AA3C@db.stanford.edu>
To: Danny Ayers <danny666@virgilio.it>
CC: Www-Rdf-Logic <www-rdf-logic@w3.org>
Danny,

the paper

http://dbpubs.stanford.edu/pub/2002-1

describes a so-called "Similarity Flooding" algorithm for
general-purpose graph matching.

Best,
Sergey


Danny Ayers wrote:
> 
> Could anyone please point me in the direction of any work done on ways of
> mapping between different vocabularies, schemas and their models. There's
> obviously been a fair bit of work been done on things like mapping RDBMS
> schema to XML schema or object models, but what I'm after is a more generic,
> 'meta' form of this. Terms like 'equivalentTo' would work in this context,
> but what would be really nice would be to find a whole RDF Schema in this
> space ;-)
> 
> The particular application I have in mind only needs a narrow aspect of this
> : more or less one-to-one mapping between an arbitrary domain-specific graph
> based model (such as that of a hierarchical organisation) and a general-case
> graph (just nodes & arcs here), but the ability to map from one model to
> another enables the reasoning facilities (i.e. algorithms) of the second
> model to be applied to the first, which is an approach that strikes me as
> being ideal for SW work, but rather neglected (ok, this is something that is
> done a lot through the back door, e.g. using the Rete algorithm in Jess
> plugged into from Protege, but the mapping is, meta-speaking, usually
> hard-coded). If I do have to come up with my own RDFS, then it might as well
> be based on a reasonably general case (rather than the feeble attempts I've
> tried so far).
> 
> Cheers,
> Danny.
> 
> ---
> 
> Danny Ayers
> <stuff> http://www.isacat.net </stuff>
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