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This paper describes how we used generic schema matching algorithms to align the Foundational Model of Anatomy (FMA)and the GALEN Common Reference Model (CRM), two largemodels of human anatomy. We summarize the generic schema
matching algorithms we used to identify correspondences. We present sample results that highlight the similarities and differences between the FMA and the CRM. We also identify uses of aggregation, transitivity, and reification, for which generic schema matching fails to produce an accurate mapping and
present manually constructed solutions for them.