This track offers the possibility to compare different interactive matching tools which require user interaction. The goal is to show if user interaction can improve the matching results, which methods are most promising and how many interactions are necessary. All participating systems are evaluated using an oracle which bases on the reference alignment. Using the SEALS client, the matching system only needs to be slightly adapted to participate to this track.
Questionnaire about the use of Ontology Alignment in practice.
This track is organized by Ying Li, Huanyu Li, Mina Abd Nikooie Pour, Daniel Faria, Ernesto Jimenez Ruiz, Patrick Lambrix, and Catia Pesquita. If you have any problems working with the ontologies or any suggestions related to this track, feel free to write an email to ying [dot] li [at] liu [dot] se
We thank Zlatan Dragisic and Valentina Ivanova for their contributions in setting up this track.
We thank Dominique Ritze and Heiko Paulheim, the organisers of the 2013 and 2014 editions of this track.
The track is partially supported by the SIRIUS Centre for Research-driven Innovation. It was supported in the past by the AIDA project.