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Ternary compound ontology matching for cognitive green computing

  • Received: 28 March 2021 Accepted: 31 May 2021 Published: 03 June 2021
  • Cognitive green computing (CGC) dedicates to study the designing, manufacturing, using and disposing of computers, servers and associated subsystems with minimal environmental damage. These solutions should provide efficient mechanisms for maximizing the efficiency of use of computing resources. Evolutionary algorithm (EA) is a well-known global search algorithm, which has been successfully used to solve various complex optimization problems. However, a run of population-based EA often requires huge memory consumption, which limited their applications in the memory-limited hardware. To overcome this drawback, in this work, we propose a compact EA (CEA) for the sake of CGC, whose compact encoding and evolving mechanism is able to significantly reduce the memory consumption. After that, we use it to address the ternary compound ontology matching problem. Six testing cases that consist of nine ontologies are used to test CEA's performance, and the experimental results show its effectiveness.

    Citation: Wei-Min Zheng, Qing-Wei Chai, Jie Zhang, Xingsi Xue. Ternary compound ontology matching for cognitive green computing[J]. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, 2021, 18(4): 4860-4870. doi: 10.3934/mbe.2021247

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  • Cognitive green computing (CGC) dedicates to study the designing, manufacturing, using and disposing of computers, servers and associated subsystems with minimal environmental damage. These solutions should provide efficient mechanisms for maximizing the efficiency of use of computing resources. Evolutionary algorithm (EA) is a well-known global search algorithm, which has been successfully used to solve various complex optimization problems. However, a run of population-based EA often requires huge memory consumption, which limited their applications in the memory-limited hardware. To overcome this drawback, in this work, we propose a compact EA (CEA) for the sake of CGC, whose compact encoding and evolving mechanism is able to significantly reduce the memory consumption. After that, we use it to address the ternary compound ontology matching problem. Six testing cases that consist of nine ontologies are used to test CEA's performance, and the experimental results show its effectiveness.



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