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Classifications and phylogenetic inferences of organismal groups change in light of new insights. Over time these changes can result in an imperfect tracking of taxonomic perspectives through the re-/use of

Classifications and phylogenetic inferences of organismal groups change in light of new insights. Over time these changes can result in an imperfect tracking of taxonomic perspectives through the re-/use of Code-compliant or informal names. To mitigate these limitations, we introduce a novel approach for aligning taxonomies through the interaction of human experts and logic reasoners. We explore the performance of this approach with the Perelleschus use case of Franz & Cardona-Duque (2013).

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    • 2015-02-20
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118247
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      1939-1560

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    Franz, N. M., Chen, M., Yu, S., Kianmajd, P., Bowers, S., & Ludäscher, B. (2015). Reasoning over Taxonomic Change: Exploring Alignments for the Perelleschus Use Case. Plos One, 10(2). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0118247

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