- Re: Sustainable Codes vs Volatile URIs Re: URIs / Ontology for Physical Units and Quantities from Peter Krauss on 2015-05-07 (email@example.com from May 2015)
2015-05-07 5:36 GMT-03:00 Bernard Vatant : > (...) But to put in bluntly, in many cases, well-maintained codes for > standardized identities (languages, countries, towns, units ...) are more > sustainable ways to share identities than URIs,
- OPDM - Ontologies
- Nice Tag ontology
- Ontology Design Patterns . org (ODP)
- "Modular Unified Tagging Ontology (MUTO)"
- QUDT - Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Data Types in OWL and XML
- Navigational Knowledge Engineering (NKE) and HANNE
The vision of NKE is to produce ontologies as a result of users navigating through a system.
- Ontology-supported Business Intelligence (ISWC 2008)
- alphaWorks : Scalable Highly Expressive Reasoner : Overview
Scalable Highly Expressive Reasoner (SHER) is a breakthrough technology that provides ontology analytics over highly expressive ontologies (OWL-DL without nominals). SHER does not do any inferencing on load; hence it deals better with quickly changing data (the downside is, of course, that reasoning is performed at query time). The tool can reason on approximately seven million triples in seconds, and it scales to data sets with 60 million triples, responding to queries in minutes. It has been used to semantically index 300 million triples from medical literature. SHER tolerates logical inconsistencies in the data, and it can quickly point you to these inconsistencies in the data and help you clean up inconsistencies before issuing semantic queries. The tool explains (or justifies) why a particular result set is an answer to the query; this explanation is useful for validation by domain experts.
- Bibliographic Ontology Specification
- COMM: Core Ontology on Multimedia
Semantic descriptions of non-textual media available on the web can be used to facilitate retrieval and presentation of media assets and documents containing them. While technologies for multimedia semantic descriptions already exist, there is as yet no formal description of a high quality multimedia ontology that is compatible with existing (semantic) web technologies. We propose COMM - A Core Ontology for Multimedia based on both the MPEG-7 standard and the DOLCE foundational ontology.
- Music Ontology Specification
- bobdc.blog: Some great W3C explanations of basic ontology concepts
The CO-ODE project aims to build authoring tools and infrastructure that make ontology engineering easier. We specifically support the development and use of OWL-DL ontologies, by being heavily involved in the creation of infrastructure and plugins for the Protégé platform and more recently, OWL1.1 support for the OWL API.
- An OWL model for managing ontologies in the agricultural domain
From AGROVOC to the Agricultural Ontology Service / Concept Server
- A Framework for Ontological Description of Archaeological Scientific Publications
- Ontologies@ Work -Experience from Automotive and Engineering Industry
- alphaWorks : IBM Web Ontology Manager
IBM Web Ontology Manager is a lightweight, Web-based tool for managing ontologies expressed in Web Ontology Language (OWL). With this technology, users can browse, search, and submit ontologies to an ontology repository. This technology includes a Web interface for easy uploading of ontologies in an .owl format by any user of the system. It also includes an interface for generating (using Jastor) Java™ APIs from uploaded ontology files.
IBM Web Ontology Manager differs from IBM Ontology Management System (a former alphaWorks technology, now merged into the IBM Integrated Ontology Development Toolkit) in that it does not include a statement repository. Instead, based on the ontologies visible to the system, it can generate Java classes for accessing any Jena-compatible RDF statement repository.
- How can ontologies help repair your car?