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Re: [ontolog-forum] Search engine for the ontology

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From: "rick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <rick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 02 Mar 2008 11:02:41 -0500
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Interesting thought, Cory. Might apply this approach to a problem such 
as the one described here ?    (01)

http://semanticweb.mitre.org/wmsl/    (02)

Cory Casanave wrote:
> Abduction can be particularly powerful when combined with interactive
> reasoning processes that involve one or more human actors (as well as
> automated actors) in the process.  Such reasoning is not expected to be
> infallible, and the assumption of infallibility is limiting for many
> classes of problems.  
> For example, most automated systems, service and process integration
> can't be 100% reliable based on the level of semantics available - so it
> is difficult to trust reasoning systems for this job.  However,
> reasoning systems can suggest highly useful mappings and correlations
> that make integration more practical and effective.  With the "human in
> the loop" and normal validation procedures such "suggestions" may become
> trustworthy.
> -Cory Casanave
>     (03)

Thanks Rick,
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