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Re: related measurements (MATCHING) for property names

From: Mike Bergman <mike@mkbergman.com>
Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2012 16:07:00 -0500
Message-ID: <4FF601F4.60808@mkbergman.com>
To: Kalpa Gunaratna <kalpa@knoesis.org>
CC: public-esw-thes@w3.org
Hi Kalpa,

On 7/5/2012 1:43 PM, Kalpa Gunaratna wrote:
> Hi,
>     I know that SKOS has several matching properties for concepts in
> ontologies like |skos:closeMatch|, |skos:broadMatch|,
> |skos:narrowMatch|and |skos:relatedMatch||. I want to get some notion to
> say that ||two property names in two ontologies relate or closely match
> each other. Since SKOS is defined for concepts, I think I can't use it
> for my purpose here. For example, I want to use something like
> 'SKOS:closeMatch" for two property names if they mean the same in two
> datasets. I want to know whether there is work going on regarding this
> issue and if so point me to a resource so that I can use it for my
> purpose here. Thank you.

I earlier listed as many of the "approximate" matching predicates I 
could find [1], many with explanations. The UMBEL vocabulary [2], which 
also relies in part on SKOS, also has many designed approximate predicates.

Google Scholar searches on "sameas" will also turn up many academic 
references.

Thanks, Mike

[1] http://www.mkbergman.com/935/the-nature-of-connectedness-on-the-web/ 
(see last table and references)
[2] http://www.umbel.org/specifications/vocabulary


>
> regards,
> Kalpa
> |
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