How to Find Suitable Ontologies Using an Ontology-based WWW Broker. Arpirez, J.; Gómez-Pérez, A.; Lozano-Tello, A.; and Pinto, S. In Proceedings of the Engineering Applications of Bio-Inspired Artificial Neural Networks, volume 1607, Julio, 1999. Springer-Verlag. Ontology Engineering Group ? OEG
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Knowledge reuse by means of outologies now faces three important problems: (1) there are no standardized identifying features that characterize ontologies from the user point of view; (2) there are no web sites using the same logical organization, presenting relevant information about ontologies; and (3) the search for appropriate ontologies is hard, time-consuming and usually fruitless. To solve the above problems, we present: (1) a living set of features that allow us to characterize ontologies from the user point of view and have the same logical organization; (2) a living domain ontology about ontologies (called ReferenceOntology) that gathers, describes and has links to existing ontologies; and (3) (ONTO)2Agent, the ontology-based www broker about ontologies that uses the Reference Ontology as a source of its knowledge and retrieves descriptions of ontologies that satisfy a given set of constraints. (ONTO)\textttḩar126Agent is available at http://delicias.dia.fi.upm.es/REFERENCE ONTOLOGY/
@inproceedings{upm6236,
          volume = {1607},
           month = {Julio},
          author = {J.C. Arpirez and A. G{\'o}mez-P{\'e}rez and A. Lozano-Tello and S. Pinto},
            note = {Ontology Engineering Group ? OEG},
       booktitle = {Proceedings of the Engineering Applications of Bio-Inspired Artificial Neural Networks},
           title = {How to Find Suitable Ontologies Using an Ontology-based WWW Broker},
       publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
            year = {1999},
        keywords = {oeg},
             url = {http://oa.upm.es/6236/},
        abstract = {Knowledge reuse by means of outologies now faces three important problems: (1) there are no standardized identifying features that characterize ontologies from the user point of view; (2) there are no web sites using the same logical organization, presenting relevant information about ontologies; and (3) the search for appropriate ontologies is hard, time-consuming and usually fruitless. To solve the above problems, we present: (1) a living set of features that allow us to characterize ontologies from the user point of view and have the same logical organization; (2) a living domain ontology about ontologies (called ReferenceOntology) that gathers, describes and has links to existing ontologies; and (3) (ONTO)2Agent, the ontology-based www broker about ontologies that uses the Reference Ontology as a source of its knowledge and retrieves descriptions of ontologies that satisfy a given set of constraints. (ONTO){\texttt{\char126}}Agent is available at http://delicias.dia.fi.upm.es/REFERENCE ONTOLOGY/}
}
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