Algebraic Geometry: Proceedings. Tromso Symposium by L. D. Olson

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XQuery based Wrapper generated from ontology mapping discussed by based on the ontology mapping and allows data to extracted from the source into the target. However, this framework assumes XML enabled databases. Geographic Markup Language (GML)[1] supported data allows the use of XQuery statements and a sample translation of data from one (source)database to another (target) database is shown below. The figure 7 shows maps rendered from the source data and the translated version. Since the geometric data remains unchanged in the ontology mapping, changes can be seen in the attribute properties of the data classes seen in the properties window.

The figure 7 shows maps rendered from the source data and the translated version. Since the geometric data remains unchanged in the ontology mapping, changes can be seen in the attribute properties of the data classes seen in the properties window. The translation is based on the following principles: (i) Data records belonging to a class, which maps to another class in the target database, are reported as members of the mapped class. (ii) If the class is a part of another class and the target class is constituted as a join or manipulation3 of record values from the source data class.

S. Department of Defense (DoD) took more than a decade only to standardize less than 2% of the data across all organizations of the DoD [18]. The alternative approach is to allow multiple lightweight ontologies to co-exist, in which case mappings among the ontologies need to be provided. Because the semantics is not formally captured in the ontologies, efforts are required to identify the semantic differences and then develop (often hand-code) the mappings to enable pair-wise interoperability. The number of pair-wise mappings is n(n-1) (which is O(n2)) if there are n different ontologies, thus the amount of effort required increases quickly as n becomes large.

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