Palash Bera

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This OWL overview is based on the official OWL documentation from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) (McGuinness et al. 2004) and a guide to build OWL ontologies (Horridge et al. 2004). OWL is the most recently developed ontology language from the W3C. OWL is based on RDF (resource description framework), which is accepted as a formal language of meta-data(More)
  • Palash Bera, Anna Krasnoperova Bootlegger, Canada Yair Wand
  • 2016
Conceptual models are used to support understanding of and communication about application domains in information systems development. Such models are created using modeling grammars (usually employing graphic representation). To be effective, a grammar should support precise representation of domain concepts and their relationships. Ontology languages such(More)