2017 IEEE 31st International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA) (2017)
March 27, 2017 to March 29, 2017
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/AINA.2017.144
A domain ontology is an ontology that describes the fundamental knowledge of the domain, including the domain vocabulary, concepts, taxonomy, relations, properties, constraints, and axioms. The creation of a domain ontology may be done manually from scratch by domain experts or translated from existing knowledge sources. Our earlier work in  presented a framework on building an ontology by matching and merging existing domain ontologies. In this paper, we expand the framework to include different types of community knowledge representations in a common ontology. A common ontology is a domain ontology that is developed from community knowledge by gathering their commonality. To build a common ontology, we standardize different community data format using a schema mediation notation. We apply rule-based mapping and information extraction methodology, and we perform matching, clustering and merging, to collect common knowledge together. The evaluation shows that our proposed framework can build a valid and rich common ontology.
Ontologies, Merging, OWL, Information retrieval, Data mining
D. H. Fudholi, W. Rahayu and E. Pardede, "CODE+: Building Common Ontology from Community Knowledge," 2017 IEEE 31st International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA), Taipei, Taiwan, 2017, pp. 562-569.