Ontologies: Theory, methods and tools
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This is a one-hour video recording of the presentation of Asun Gomez Perez at the KnowledgeWeb summer school 2006. It comprises either the video synchronized with the slides (requires Flash) or the video alone.
Table of Contents: Ontologies: Theory, methods and tools Types of Ontologies Main Components Re-use of ontologies is often difficult Ontologies in Ontology Libraries Ontology Libraries Ontology Metadata Repositories OMV- Ontology Metadata Vocabulary Oyster Query Repository AIFB Integration Oyster and Onthology Short development history Main Components Ontology lifecycle methodology components Most relevant methodologies Ontologies are available anywhere in Internet Ontology Development Process Inter-ontology dependencies Ontology Life cycle METHONTOLOGY: Specification Getting terminology using Competency Questions METHONTOLOGY: Conceptualization An example: Knowledge Web Ontologies Example: Event Ontology Example: Documentation Ontology Example: Relationships between Person, Project and Documentation Limitations to current methodologies Next works: NeOn methodology Ontology's crossed life cycles Ontology Life cycle Ontology Languages Evolution Main Components Ontology Tools Main criteria for selecting an ontology editor Types of Ontology Tools Overview of ontology tools (II) Ontology merging and integration tools RDF(S) Ontology tools have translators to different languages Benchmarking Tools in Knowledge Web BENCHMARKING ITERATION
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