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Schema Matching
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    • Schema matching is a complex process focusing on matching between concepts describing the data in heterogeneous data sources. There is a shift from manual schema matching, done by human experts, to automatic matching, using various heuristics (schema matchers)...

    Shlomo Berkovskyet al. Measuring the Relative Performance of Schema Matchers

    • Schema matching is a basic problem in many database application domains, such as data integration, Ebusiness, data warehousing, and semanticquery proc essing. In current implementations, schema matching is typically performed manually, which has significant limitations. On the other hand, previous research papers have proposed many techniques to achieve a partial automation of the match operation for specific application domains...

    Erhard Rahmet al. A survey of approaches to automatic schema matching

    • Schema matching is the task of automatically computing correspondences between schema elements. A multitude of schema matching approaches exists for various scenarios using syntactic, semantic, or instance information. The schema matching problem is aggravated by the fact that models to be matched are often represented in different modeling languages, e.g. OWL, XML Schema, or SQL DDL. Consequently, besides being able to match models in the same metamodel, a schema matching tool must be able to compute reasonable results when matching models in heterogeneous modeling languages...

    Christoph Quixet al. Matching of Ontologies with XML Schemas Using a Generic Metamodel

    • Schema matching is the task of matching between concepts describing the meaning of data in various heterogeneous, distributed data sources. With many heuristics to choose from, several tools have enabled the use of schema matcher ensembles, combining principles by which dierent schema matchers judge the similarity between concepts...

    Anan Marieet al. Managing Uncertainty in Schema Matcher Ensembles

    • Schema matching is the task of matching between concepts describing the meaning of data in various heterogeneous, distributed data sources (e.g. XML DTDs and XML Schemata). Schema matching is recognized to be one of the basic operations required by the process of data integration [3], and thus has a great impact on its outcome. Schema mappings (the outcome of the matching process) can serve in tasks of generating global schemata, query rewriting over heterogeneous sources, duplicate data elimination, and automatic streamlining of workflow activities that involve heterogeneous data sources...

    Avigdor Gal. The Generation Y of XML Schema Matching Panel Description

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