Experiment design

Context: This tests the influence of the disjointness ratio on the results

Hypothesis: Diminishing the disjointness ratio (the proportion of disjointness statements in the ontologies) has an influence on the results

Experimental setting: Same as 20140305-NOOR with


Experimenter: Jérôme Euzenat (INRIA)

Date: 2014-04-08

Lazy lavender hash: 89f0656ffc28a6c4560a7a55cf1508d866528a96

Parameters: params.sh

Command line (script.sh):

java -Xms500M -Xmx1G -cp lib/lazylav/ll.jar:lib/slf4j/logback-classic-1.0.9.jar:lib/slf4j/logback-core-1.0.9.jar:. fr.inria.exmo.lazylavender.engine.Monitor -DrevisionModality=add -DnbRuns=10 -DnbAgents=4 -DnbIterations=2000 -DdisjointRatio=100 > /tmp/20140408-add4-2000-100.txt

Class used: NOOEnvironment, AlignmentAdjustingAgent, AlignmentRevisionExperiment, ActionLogger, AverageLogger, Monitor.

Execution environment: Debian Linux virtual machine configured with four processors and 20GB of RAM running under a Dell PowerEdge T610 with 2*Intel Xeon Quad Core 2.26GHz E5607 processors and 32GB of RAM, under Linux ProxMox 2 (Debian). - Java 1.6.0 HotSpot

Raw results

20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-0.tsv 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-0.txt 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-100.tsv 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-100.txt 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-20.tsv 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-20.txt 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-40.tsv 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-40.txt 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-60.tsv 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-60.txt 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-80.tsv 20140408-NOOR-add4-2000-80.txt

Result exploration

disjRatio success Incoherence degree F-measure Alcomo LogMap
0 89% .5 .24 .26 .27
20 88% .5 .20 .25 .25
40 89% .5 .22 .25 .24
60 89% .5 .23 .25 .26
80 89% .5 .23 .26 .25
100 89% .5 .23 .26 .25


Key points: The ratio of disjointness does not seem to make much difference either for agents or for LogMap and Alcomo.

Further experiments:

This file can be retrieved from URL https://sake.re/20140408-NOOR

It is possible to check out the repository by cloning https://felapton.inrialpes.fr/cakes/20140408-NOOR.git

This experiment has been transferred from its initial location at https://gforge.inria.fr (not available any more)