OLA stands for OWL Lite Alignment. This is the name of a method for
computing alignments between two OWL (non necessary Lite) ontologies.
Its principle are exposed in Jérôme Euzenat, Petko Valtchev,
Similarity-based ontology alignment in OWL-Lite,
In: Ramon López de Mantaras, Lorenza Saitta (eds), Proc. 16th european conference on artificial intelligence (ECAI), Valencia (ES), pp333-337, 2004
The current version is Version 2.0: a complete reimplementation of
OLA principles based on matrix computation.
This site and web pages are currently under full
SBOA means Structure-Based Ontology Alignment
The OLA project is jointly developed by the Latece team at the Université du
Québec à Montréal and the
Exmo team at INRIA
This work has been partially supported by grants from the French consulate in Montréal and the
Centre Jacques Cartier of the Rhône-Alpes Region, France. Exmo has been funded in part by project
IST-2004-507482 (Knowledge web). Version 1.0
was jointly developed by DIRO at University
of Montréal and INRIA.