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Title: Ontology Engineering Methodologies: An Analytical Study
Authors: Syamili, C
Rekha R V
Keywords: Ontology
Ontology Engineering
Semantic web
Issue Date: Aug-2017
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre
Abstract: Ontology is a broad term including a wide range of activities. Ontology can provide semantics for the next generation of World Wide Web. Recently ontology has become a major research issues in several disciplines of Computer Science and Information Systems. There are a range of domain ontologies on the semantic web such as Gene Ontology, Biological science ontology, CIDOC-CRM ontology of culture heritage documentation, FRBR in Bibliographic and NCI cancer ontology. When a new methodology is going to build, several basic questions arise related to the methodology, tools and techniques which are to be used in the development process. The study discusses various ontology engineering methodologies and compares major existing domain ontologies with these ontology engineering methodologies. The study critically analyses the problems of existing engineering methodologies and put forward some suggestions to overcome these limitations. The study will act as a guide to ontology developers and ontology experts.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1944/2118
ISBN: 978-93-81232-07-1
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