Towards Pattern-Based Knowledge about Ontological Resource Reuse

Autores: Cristina Sarasua

Fecha: 31.05.2010


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Abstract

Ontology reuse is still an unsolved matter on the Semantic Web. Even though ontology specification languages provide a means for knowledge reuse and ontology management technology has evolved, ontology reuse is seldom encountered in applications. The more resources there are available, the more possibilities there are for ontology reuse, and paradoxically the more difficult it is to perform ontology reuse. This thesis proposes the notion of Ontological Resource Reuse Patterns (ORRPs), which state pattern-based knowledge about ontological resources to encourage ontological knowledge comprehension and to enhance ontology selection. ORRPs provide useful knowledge to improve ontology reuse to some extent.

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@Article {
author = {Cristina Sarasua},
title = {Towards Pattern-Based Knowledge about Ontological Resource Reuse},
abstract = {
Ontology reuse is still an unsolved matter on the Semantic Web. Even though ontology specification languages provide a means for knowledge reuse and ontology management technology has evolved, ontology reuse is seldom encountered in applications. The more resources there are available, the more possibilities there are for ontology reuse, and paradoxically the more difficult it is to perform ontology reuse. This thesis proposes the notion of Ontological Resource Reuse Patterns (ORRPs), which state pattern-based knowledge about ontological resources to encourage ontological knowledge comprehension and to enhance ontology selection. ORRPs provide useful knowledge to improve ontology reuse to some extent.
}
date = {2010-05-31},
year = {2010},
}
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