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2nd Call for Systems - OAEI 2017: Ontology Alignment Evaluation Initiative

From: Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz <ernesto.jimenez.ruiz@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2017 12:34:05 +0200
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This is the second call for systems for the 2017 edition of the Ontology
Alignment Evaluation Initiative (OAEI):

Since 2004, OAEI has been supporting the extensive and rigorous evaluation
of ontology matching and instance matching techniques.

As last year, system developers must register their interest in
participating in the OAEI 2017:  https://goo.gl/qMiH6x

- Please check the new datasets and instructions of the "Disease and
Phenotype" and "Process Model Matching" tracks:

- We have added the details for the HOBBIT Link Discovery track. This year
we will start adopting the HOBBIT platform to conduct the evaluation of the
HOBBIT Link Discovery track. Systems willing to participate in this track
need to follow different instructions from the SEALS ones:

- Submission of systems is open. Please submit the zipped SEALS package
(e.g., LogMap.zip) using this form https://goo.gl/xEwpiq (requires a google
account and a valid email).

- Registration of (new) systems is still open (https://goo.gl/qMiH6x). 23
systems have been registered so far!





    Interactive Matching (New datasets)

    Large Biomedical Ontologies

    Disease and Phenotype (New datasets)

    Process Model Matching (New datasets)

    Instance Matching (New datasets)

    HOBBIT Link Discovery (New track with new evaluation environment)


    June 1st: (preliminary) datasets available.

    July 15th: datasets are frozen.

    July 15th: participants register their tools:  https://goo.gl/qMiH6x

    July 15th: submission is open, zipped SEALS packages (e.g., LogMap.zip)
can be submitted using this form https://goo.gl/xEwpiq (requires a google
account and a valid email).

    July 31st: participants submit preliminary wrapped versions (zip file)
of their tools (mandatory).

    August 31st: participants submit final versions of their tools (zip

    September 20th: evaluation is executed and results are analyzed.

    September 30th: preliminary version of system papers due (Submission:

    October 21st: Ontology matching workshop:

    November 15th: final version of system papers due (Submission:

Ernesto Jiménez-Ruiz
Research Assistant
Department of Informatics
University of Oslo
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