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Evolution Management of Data Integration Systems by the Means of Ontological Continuity Principle

  • Ladjel BellatrecheEmail author
  • Guy Pierra
  • Eric Sardet
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Abstract

Digital repositories of information are springing up everywhere and interconnectivity between computers around the world is being established which creates a mine of information. Many studies and integration systems were proposed to exploit this information by providing end users and decision makers a unified view of this information. The spectrum ranges from early multi-database systems

Keywords

Data Warehouse Domain Ontology Ontology Evolution Ontology Class Automatic Integration 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LISI/ENSMA – Poitiers UniversityFuturoscopeFrance
  2. 2.CRITT Informatique CRCFAOFuturoscopeFrance

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