Using Association Rules as Semantics for Domain Ontologies
Oumar Sy ()
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Oumar Sy: UniversitÃ© Gaston BERGER/U.F.R Sciences AppliquÃ©es et de Technologie (Comp. Sc.), Saint-Louis, SÃ©nÃ©gal
Conferences of the department Informatics, 2019, issue 1, 233-246
Association rules and ontologies both are domain-based knowledge. How-ever, the first is an unexpected discovered knowledge from databases, while the second is a priori knowledge. In this paper, based on a generic meta-schema as common referential and theoretical foundation, we show how a set of computed and pruned association rules can be useful to enriching a domain ontology. To this end, the meta-schema is scanned with the itemsets appearing in each associ-ation rule. Then, according to the formal links between the concepts or the at-tributes involved, a semantic-based check constraint is built. As a result, the ontology and the database can continuously be monitored with a new semantics.
Keywords: Domain ontology; Association Rule; Semantics; Meta-Schema; Relational database; SQL (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C8 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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