Algorithm to Match Ontologies on the Semantic Web

. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications(IJACSA) (2013)


It has been recognized that semantic data and knowledge extraction will significantly improve the capability of natural language interfaces to the semantic search engine. Semantic Web technology offers a vast scale of sharing and integration of distributed data sources by combining information easily. This will enable the user to find the information easily and efficiently. In this paper, we will explore some issues of developing algorithms for the Semantic Web. The first one to build the semantic contextual meaning by scanning the text, extract knowledge and automatically infer the meaning of the information from text that contains the search words in any sentence and correlate with hierarchical classes defined in the Ontology as a result of input resources. The second to discover the hierarchical relationships among terms (i.e. discover the semantic relations across hierarchical classifications). The proposed algorithm will be relying on a number of resources including Ontology and WordNet.

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