A core ontology of fishery and its use in the fishery ontology service project

Gangemi, Aldo and Fisseha, Frehiwot and Keizer, Johannes and Lehmann, Jos and Liang, Anita and Pettman, Ian and Sini, Margerita and Taconet, Marc A core ontology of fishery and its use in the fishery ontology service project., 2004 . In EKAW04 Workshop on Core Ontologies in Ontology Engineering, Northamptonshire (UK), 8-5 October 2004. [Conference paper]

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Ontology creation and document indexing are well-known, critical bottlenecks for integrating semantic services and in general for bootstrapping the Semantic Web. For certain domains or communities, legacy terminologies and indexing methods exist which can be reused effectively. In the Fishery Ontology Project (FOS), we have reengineered and aligned legacy thesauri by using formal ontological methods, and we are deploying the resulting ontology library (currently including more than 35,000 classes and about 10,000 individuals) for services dedicated to fishery document repositories and databases. Alignment, reengineering, and modularization of the library leverage on the Core Ontology for Fishery developed in FOS. Its structure and use are described in this paper

Item type: Conference paper
Keywords: AIMS, FAO, FAOAIMS, Ontology, Fishery
Subjects: I. Information treatment for information services
Depositing user: null null
Date deposited: 20 May 2011
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:19
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/15687

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