SLINT+(Schema-Independent Linked Data Interlinking) detects all owl:sameAs links between two given linked data sources. An owl:sameAs link declares the identity relationship of two instances, which co-referring to the same real-world object.
How does it work?
The architecture of SLINT+
- Predicate selection collects the important predicates from all predicates of input data source DS and DT
- Predicate alignment combines important predicates to construct raw alignments and select the useful alignments using their confidence.
- Candidate generation finds identity candidates by grouping similar instances into one cluster.
- Instance matching verifies all candidates and produces the final owl:sameAs alignments.
- Dataset for SLINT+ (original format)
Send us a request mail for the dataset files because of the problem of data size.
- Khai Nguyen, Ryutaro Ichise, Bac Le. Interlinking Linked Data Sources Using a Domain-Independent System. In Proceedings of the 2nd Joint International Semantic Technology Conference. 2012
- Khai Nguyen, Ryutaro Ichise, Bac Le. SLINT: A Schema-Independent Linked Data Interlinking System. In Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Ontology Matching, pp. 1-12, 2012