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A Perspective of Fusing Ontology and Metamodeling Architecture in Interconnection Environment

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4 Author(s)
Jin Liu ; Chinese Academy of Sciences, 100080 Bejing, P.R..China ; Keqing He ; Bing Li ; Fei He

To achieve interconnection environment, the proposed approach consists of MMFI for ontology and reference ontology for normalizing semantic space, ontology-induced schema mapping for transition from semantic interconnection to schema mapping, MMFI (ISO 19763) for normalizing interconnection environment, and a semantic matcher with schema mapping broker for dynamically clustering services or resources. In this case, while ontology helps identifying content of structural elements, a metamodeling architecture provides requisite structures for ontology representation. Our approach promotes fusing of ontology and metamodeling architecture and enhances interoperability in interconnection environment. This approach has been implemented in WHCRP prototype as a potential demonstration for MMFI. WHCRP aims to establish a R&R federation for sharing software components. Theoretical analysis and the prototype indicate the effectiveness of this approach.

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2005 First International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grid

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27-29 Nov. 2005