Motivation and Task
Conference track contains quite real-case ontologies suitable for ontology mappings task because of their heterogenous character of origin. There are no reference alignments, therefore there are employed methods of a posteriori evaluation. Organisers of this track offer a posteriori evaluation of results in part manually and in part by data-mining techniques. Data-mining techniques can answer questions like (you can find more information about this type of evaluation in .
Previous conference track was held at OAEI-2006.Data sets
The collection of ontologies is dealing with conference organisation. They have been developed within OntoFarm project. 14 ontologies are included. Each of them is shortly described in the following table. Ontologies have been based upon three types of underlying resources:
|Name||Type||Number of Classes||Number of Datatype Properties||Number of Object Properties||DL expressivity||Related link||Notes|
|OpenConf||Tool||62||21||24||ALCIO(D)||http://www.zakongroup.com/technology/openconf.shtml||the 9th of June, 2007. Bad xml:base URI has been repaired.|
 Svab O., Svatek V., Stuckenschmidt H.: A Study in Empirical and ‘Casuistic’ Analysis of Ontology Mapping Results. In: 4th European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC-2007), Innsbruck 2007. Springer LNCS 4519. Abstract Draft paper (final version available via SpringerLink).