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IDENTIFYING CHANGE PATTERNS OF CONCEPT ATTRIBUTES IN ONTOLOGY EVOLUTION
27 February 2014

Duy Dinh, Julio Cesar Dos Reis, Cedric Pruski, Marcos Da Silveira, Chantal Reynaud-Delaître
Ontology versions are periodically released to ensure its usefulness and reliability over time. This potentially impacts on dependent artifacts such as mappings and annotations. To deal with this issue requires to finely characterize ontology entities’ changes between ontology versions. This article proposes to identify change patterns at attribute
values when ontology evolves to track textual statements describing concepts. We empirically evaluate our approach by using biomedical ontologies, to which new ontology versions are frequently released. Our achieved results suggest the feasibility of the proposed techniques.

Research track, ESWC 2014, 25th - 29th of May 2014, Anissaras / Hersonissou, Crete, Greece.

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