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myOntology prototype

myOntology

Finally, the myOntology prototype is online. I was eager to see it long since i learned about the ambitious project. The interface looks quite impressive. Lets play with the features ๐Ÿ˜‰

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OntoBlog: Informal Knowledge Management by Semantic Blogging

OntoBlog: Informal Knowledge Management by Semantic Blogging

I recently presented this paper atย  the 2nd International Conference on Software, Knowledge, Information Management and Applications, (SKIMA 2008), Kathmandu, Nepal. Click here to download the paper and click here to download the slides.

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InterOntology08 – Interdiciplinary Ontology Forum in Japan

InterOntology08 – Interdiciplinary Ontology Forum in Japan

This conference was held at the Keio University in Tokyo. Prof. Hideaki Takeda gave his invited talk titled “Ontology for People — Vagueness and multiplicity”. He talked about how conceptualizations are naturally vague and essentially lead to multiple concept definitions depending on the user’s perspective. He introduced my work, StYLiD, as a system to consider with such vagueness and multiplicity ๐Ÿ™‚

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OntoBlog: Linking Ontology and Blogs

OntoBlog: Linking Ontology and Blogs

I presented this paper in the Semantic Authoring, Annotation and Knowledge Markup Workshop (SAAKM 2007) co-located with the 4th International Conference on Knowledge Capture (K-Cap 2007), Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. It was an interesting workshop followed up by enthusiastic discussions.

Online proceedings is available here.ย  You can download my paper here and these are my slides.

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DERI Blog: The Scot ontology

DERI Blog: The Scot ontology
The SCOT(Social Semantic Cloud Of Tags) ontology considers social features about tagging and relationships among tags in given domain. It deals with Tagcloud, Tags, SIOC, SKOS, FOAF etc.

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Understanding ontology evolution: A change detection approach

ScienceDirect – Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web : Understanding ontology evolution: A change detection approach
Abstract

In this article, we propose a change detection approach in the context of an ontology evolution framework for OWL DL ontologies. The framework allows ontology engineers to request and apply changes to the ontology they manage. Furthermore, the framework assures that the ontology and its depending artifacts remain consistent after changes have been applied. Innovative is that the framework includes a change detection mechanism that allows generating automatically a detailed overview of changes that have occurred based on a set of change definitions. In addition, different users (such as maintainers of depending artifacts) may have their own set of change definitions, which results into different overviews of the changes, each providing a different view on how the ontology has been changed. Using these change definitions, also different levels of abstraction are supported. Both features will enhance the understanding of the evolution of an ontology for different users.

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Social tagging and ontologies will co-exist

Peter Mika: “Social tagging and ontologies will co-exist”

Here is an interview of Peter Mika about social tagging and ontologies.

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