What Is an Ontology?
- Nicola Guarino, D. Oberle, Steffen Staab
- PhilosophyHandbook on Ontologies
This paper shall revisit the previous attempts to clarify and formalize such original definition of (computational) ontologies as “explicit specifications of conceptualizations”, providing a detailed account of the notions of conceptualization and explicit specification, while discussing the importance of shared explicit specifications.
The SWRC Ontology - Semantic Web for Research Communities
- York Sure-Vetter, Stephan Bloehdorn, P. Haase, Jens Hartmann, D. Oberle
- Computer SciencePortuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence
- 5 December 2005
This paper describes the publicly available ‘Semantic Web for Research Communities’ (SWRC) ontology, in which research communities and relevant related concepts are modelled, and describes the design decisions that underlie the ontology.
Semantic management of middleware
- D. Oberle
- Computer ScienceDSM '04
- 4 January 2006
The thesis proposes an ontology-based approach to support the management of Application Server and Web Services based applications, which retains the original flexibility, but it adds new capabilities for the developer and user of the system.
KAON - Towards a Large Scale Semantic Web
- Erol Bozsak, M. Ehrig, V. Zacharias
- Computer ScienceInternational Conference on Electronic Commerce…
- 2 September 2002
KAON - the Karlsruhe Ontology and Semantic WebTool Suite is introduced, specifically designed to provide the ontology and metadata infrastructure needed for building, using and accessing semantics-driven applications on the Web and on your desktop.
A unified description language for human to automated services
- D. Oberle, A. Barros, Uwe Kylau, Steffen Heinzl
- Computer ScienceInformation Systems
- 1 March 2013
DOLCE ergo SUMO: On foundational and domain models in the SmartWeb Integrated Ontology (SWIntO)
- D. Oberle, Anupriya Ankolekar, Massimo Romanelli
- Computer ScienceJournal of Web Semantics
- 1 September 2007
Handbook of Service Description: USDL and Its Methods
The Handbook of Service Description introduces an in-depth overview of service description efforts. The book also highlights the recent Unified Service Description Language (USDL) in detail and…
Handbook of Service Description
The main parts of the book provide the most detailed documentation of the Unified Service Description Language (USDL) to date and are suitable for a wide-reaching audience including researchers, practitioners, managers, and students who aspire to learn or to create a deeper scientific foundation for service description and its methodological aspects.
Views for light-weight Web ontologies
- R. Volz, D. Oberle, R. Studer, Steffen Staab
- Computer ScienceACM Symposium on Applied Computing
- 9 March 2003
This paper presents a new view mechanism for the data models underlying the Semantic Web, RDF and RDFS and addresses the issue of heterogeneity in the ontologies of these applications.
Countering Service Information Challenges in the Internet of Services
- D. Oberle, N. Bhatti, Saartje Brockmans, M. Niemann, Christian Janiesch
- Computer ScienceBusiness & Information Systems Engineering
- 31 October 2009
This paper contributes a Service Ontology based on a sound and rigid foundational ontology, and provides a method around the ontology including a governance framework, guidelines for applying the W3C Semantic Web recommendations, a lifecycle-spanning tool chain, and different levels of applicability.