Meta Data for Ontology Mappings - You...

Meta Data for Ontology Mappings - Your help is needed

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Hendrik Thomas

Auckland, New Zealand

#1 Jun 21, 2012
Hi all,

my name is Hendrik Thomas, I am PhD student in the Knowledge and Data Engineering Group, Trinity College Dublin. My research is focused on reuse of ontology mappings. I have developed a model to support the documentation of the mapping creation process. In this experiment we want to understand if this model can help users to create consistent documentation.

We would appreciate if you could spare 15 minutes to take part in this experiment. The only requirements are:

- You have had some basic exposure to Semantic Web concepts.
- You did not take part in the previous version of this experiment I ran earlier this year (March 2012)

The experiment is available at:

As a token of appreciation there will be a raffle draw with a single Amazon book VOUCHER of 100 EURO as the prize. To be eligible for the raffle draw you need to provide us with your email address and you need to complete the experiment by ***Friday 29th June 2012.***

Your support is very much appreciated

Warm regards


Hendrik Thomas
[email protected]

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