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Modular ontologies

Workshop on Modular Ontologies (5th 2011)

Modular ontologies

proceedings of the fifth international workshop (WoMO 2011)

by Workshop on Modular Ontologies (5th 2011)

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Published by IOS Press in Amsterdam, The Netherlands .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Ontologies (Information retrieval)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Oliver Kutz and Thomas Schneider
    SeriesFrontiers in artificial intelligence and applications -- v. 230
    ContributionsKutz, Oliver, Schneider, Thomas, ebrary, Inc
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK5105.88815 .W67 2011eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Paginationxvii, 129 p. :
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25567739M
    ISBN 109781607507987, 9781607507994
    OCLC/WorldCa764454249

    Modular Ontologies for Architectural Design Joana HOIS, Mehul BHATT, and Oliver KUTZ SFB/TR 8 Spatial Cognition University of Bremen, Germany {joana, bhatt, okutz}@ Abstract. The design of architectural environments has to take into account vari-. Modular First-Order Ontologies via Repositories Michael GRÜNINGER a, Torsten HAHMANNb, Ali HASHEMI, Darren ONG, Atalay OZGOVDEb a Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3G8 b Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3G8 Abstract. From its inception, the focus of ontological.

    Developing Consistent and Modular Software Models with Ontologies Robert Hoehndorfa Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomob Heinrich Herrec aInstitute for Medical Informatics, Statistics and Epidemiology, University of Leipzig and Department of Computer Science, University of Leipzig and Department of. Ideally, one would expect the individual ontologies to be developed as independently as possible from the rest, and the final reconciliation to be seamless and free from unexpected results. This would allow for the modular design of large ontologies and would facilitate knowledge reuse.

    In this paper, we investigate state-of-the-art approaches in modular ontologies focusing on techniques that are based on rigorous logical formalisms as well as well-studied graph theories. We analyze and compare how such approaches can be leveraged in developing Cited by: Reviews. A CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title. The nine chapters of the book guide the reader through the major foundational languages for the semantic Web and highlight the formal semantics. the book has very interesting supporting material and exercises, is oriented to W3C standards, and provides the necessary foundations for the semantic Web.


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This book constitutes a collection of research achievements mature enough to provide a firm and reliable basis on modular ontologies. It gives the reader a detailed analysis of the state of the art of the research area and discusses the recent concepts, theories and techniques for knowledge : Paperback.

The workshops on Modular Ontologies (WoMO) bring together researchers from different disciplines who study the problem of modularity in ontologies at a fundamental level, develop design tools for distributed ontology engineering and apply modularity in different use cases and Modular ontologies book scenarios.

This book constitutes a collection of research achievements mature enough to provide a firm and reliable basis on modular ontologies. It gives the reader a detailed analysis of the state of the art of the research area and discusses the recent concepts, theories and techniques for knowledge modularization.

The paper by DEL VESCOVO, PARSIA, SATTLER, AND SCHNEIDER, “The modular structure of an ontology: an empirical study”, gives an empirical analysis of the problem and the feasibility of extracting all modules of real-life ontologies, based on the concept of locality-based modules.

Modular Ontologies (WoMO ) O. Kutz, T. Schneider Modularity has been and continues to be one of the central research topics in ontology engineering, still catching up with 40 years of related research in software engineering.

Pattern-based, modular ontologies have several beneficial properties that lend Modular ontologies book to FAIR data practices, especially as it pertains to Interoperability and Reusability. However, developing such ontologies has a high upfront cost, e.g. reusing a pattern is predicated upon being aware of its existence in the first place.

Thus, to help overcome these barriers, we have developed MODL: a Cited by: 1. ontologies has a high upfront cost, e.g. reusing a pattern is predicated upon being aware of its existence in the rst place. Thus, to help over-come these barriers, we have developed MODL: a modular ontology de-sign library.

MODL is a curated collection of well-documented ontologyCited by: 1. Modularity is an emerging approach for developing ontologies that leads to more scalable development process and better reasoning performance.

In this chapter, we describe the interface-based modular ontology formalism and its capabilities for developing scalable present an extension to OWL-DL as well as tool support for creating. Jie Bao, "Modular Ontologies: Packagebased Description Logics Approach"[online], Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Computer Science Department, lowa State University, J ".

Construction of modular ontologies by combining different modules is becoming a necessity in ontology engineering in order to cope with the increasing complexity of the ontologies and the domains they represent. The modular ontology approach takes inspiration from software engineering, where modularization is a widely acknowledged by: 2.

Order Modular Ontologies ISBN @ € Qty: Order Ebook Modularity has been and continues to be one of the central research topics in ontology engineering, still catching up with 40 years of related research in software engineering. Modular Ontologies The main idea of modular ontologies originates from the general notion of modu-lar software in the area of software engineering.

Correspondingly, ontology modu-larization can be interpreted as decomposing potentially large and monolithic on-tologies into (a set of) smaller and interlinked components (modules). Therefore,Cited by: modular ontology IDE is, in fact, e ective.

Thus, we will attempt to con rm the following hypotheses. A comprehensive, modular ontology IDE will allow an ontology engineer to develop ontologies quickly than when not using such an IDE.

adhere to Author: Cogan Shimizu. Modular Reuse of Ontologies: Theory and Practice same observable effect on the projects ontology as importing the entire ontology.

Further-more, the fact that Q 1 is a module in Q should be independent of the particular P under consideration. The contributions of this paper are as follows: 1. packages Let O =(S,A) be an ontology, where S is the set of terms and A is the set of axioms over terms in S.

A package P =(ΔS,ΔA) of the ontology O is a fragment ofO, such that ΔS ⊆ S, ΔA ⊆ A. A term t ∈ ΔS or an axiom t ∈ ΔA is called a of P, de- noted as t ∈ P. P is called the of t, denoted. We define a formal representation for modular ontologies based on the notion of Distributed Description Logics and introduce an architecture that supports local reasoning by compiling implied axioms.

We further address the problem of guaranteeing the correctness and completeness of compiled knowledge in the presence of changes in different by: Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume ) Summary Modularization can be sought for as a technique to provide context-dependent perspectives over a given shared information : Christine Parent, Stefano Spaccapietra, Esteban Zimányi.

An Agile and Modular Approach for Developing Ontologies still accepted by most ontological engineers. This definition is based on the idea of conceptualiza.

Overview. What ontologies in both information science and philosophy have in common is the attempt to represent entities, ideas and events, with all their interdependent properties and relations, according to a system of categories. In both fields, there is considerable work on problems of ontology engineering (e.g., Quine and Kripke in philosophy, Sowa and Guarino in computer science), and.

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In this paper, we investigate state-of-the-art approaches in modular ontologies focusing on techniques that are based on rigorous logical formalisms as well as well-studied graph theories.

We analyze and compare how such approaches can be leveraged in developing Cited by: 6.The modular architecture leads to simplified and more efficient modeling, development, integration, maintenance, reasoning, and future extensibility for the ontologies and databases.

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