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A LRAAM-based Partial Order Function for Ontology Matching in the Context of Service Discovery

Hendrik Ludolph, Gilbert Babin & Peter Kropf

Résumé The demand for Software as a Service is heavily increasing in the era of Cloud. With this demand comes a proliferation of third-party service offerings to fulfill it. It thus becomes crucial for organizations to find and
select the right services to be integrated into their existing tool landscapes. Ideally, this is done automatically and continuously. The objective is to always provide the best possible support to changing business needs. In this paper, we explore an artificial neural network implementation, an LRAAM, as the specific oracle to control the selection process. We implemented a proof of concept and conducted experiments to explore the validity of the approach. We show that our implementation of the LRAAM performs correctly under specific parameters. We also identify limitations in using LRAAM in this context.
   
Mots-clés Ontology Matching, Neural Network, Service, Integration.
   
Citation H. Ludolph, et al., "A LRAAM-based Partial Order Function for Ontology Matching in the Context of Service Discovery," in CLOSER 2017, Porto, Portugal, 2017, p. 393-403.
   
Type Actes de congrès (Anglais)
Nom de la conférence CLOSER 2017 (Porto, Portugal)
Date de la conférence 14-6-2017
Pages 393-403
URL https://www.scitepress.org/papers/2017/62949/pdf/index.html