With the advent of the World Wide Web, a growing amount of heterogeneous data sources is becoming available, thus requiring wrapping mechanisms for a unified access by end-users or applications. OWL, an ontology language for the Web, is a good candidate for coping with structural and semantic heterogeneity between data sources. In this project, we develop an OWL-based framework for reasoning on relational databases and exporting them to the Semantic Web.
|Effective start/end date||23/05/05 → 31/08/08|
- Data mapping
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