All Implemented Interfaces:
AddNegatives, IMatcher<org.apache.jena.ontology.OntModel,Alignment,Properties>, eu.sealsproject.platform.res.domain.omt.IOntologyMatchingToolBridge, eu.sealsproject.platform.res.tool.api.IPlugin, eu.sealsproject.platform.res.tool.api.IToolBridge

public class AddNegativesRandomlyAbsolute extends AddNegativesRandomly
This component adds negative samples to the alignment. The number of negative samples is defined by an absolute number.
  • Field Details

    • numberOfNegatives

      private final int numberOfNegatives
  • Constructor Details

    • AddNegativesRandomlyAbsolute

      public AddNegativesRandomlyAbsolute(int numberOfNegatives)
      This component adds numberOfNegatives negative samples to the alignment
      numberOfNegatives - the absolute number of negatives to add.
    • AddNegativesRandomlyAbsolute

      public AddNegativesRandomlyAbsolute(int numberOfNegatives, boolean homogenousDraw, boolean withRepetitions)
  • Method Details

    • match

      public Alignment match(org.apache.jena.ontology.OntModel source, org.apache.jena.ontology.OntModel target, Alignment inputAlignment, Properties parameters) throws Exception
      Description copied from class: MatcherYAAAJena
      Aligns two ontologies specified via a Jena OntModel, with an input alignment as Alignment object, and returns the mapping of the resulting alignment. Note: This method might be called multiple times in a row when using the evaluation framework. Make sure to return a mapping which is specific to the given inputs.
      Specified by:
      match in interface IMatcher<org.apache.jena.ontology.OntModel,Alignment,Properties>
      Specified by:
      match in class MatcherYAAAJena
      source - This OntModel represents the source ontology.
      target - This OntModel represents the target ontology.
      inputAlignment - This mapping represents the input alignment.
      parameters - Additional properties.
      The resulting alignment of the matching process.
      Exception - Any exception which occurs during matching.