Ontology Alignment Evaluation Initiative

Consensus workshop: results

Final results have been presented at Ontology Matching workshop 2006 during so-called 'Consensus building workshop'. During presentation, 'controversial' mappings have been argued. Argumentation process is now under processing.
Presentation from 'Consensus building workshop' is here.


According to the nature of this track, we are mainly interested in some "interesting" mappings ("nuggets"). Although traditional evaulation was not our intention, we made some sort of evaluation as a side-effect of processing results from our six participants. All the statistics as well as precision and recall have been provisionally made by track organisers, who can often be subjective; the focus of the track is on interesting individual alignments and repeated patterns rather than on precision/recall figures.

The abovementioned table encompasses several numerical statistics related to the results of six participants, called according to name of their systems (Automs, Coma++, OWL-CtxMatch, Falcon, HMatch and RiMOM). Finally, there is row with overall statistics. In the following, columns are explained: The following columns are dealing with measure of precision and recall: Additional comments: