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Performance Heterogeneity and Approximate Reasoning in Description Logic Ontologies
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We investigate performance variability phenomena in OWL ontologies, and present methods to identify subsets of an ontology which are performance-degrading for a given reasoner. Expand
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OWL Reasoner Evaluation (ORE) Workshop 2013 Results: Short Report
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The OWL reasoner evaluation (ORE) workshop brings together reasoner developers and ontology engineers in order to discuss and evaluate the performance and robustness of modern reasoners on OWL ontologies. Expand
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The OWL Reasoner Evaluation (ORE) 2015 Competition Report
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The OWL Reasoner Evaluation competition is an annual competition (with an associated workshop) that pits OWL 2 compliant reasoners against each other on standard reasoning tasks over naturally occurring problems. Expand
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FishMark: A Linked Data Application Benchmark
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FishBase is an important species data collection produced by the FishBase Information and Research Group Inc (FIN), a not-forprofit NGO with the aim of collecting comprehensive information (from the taxonomic to the ecological) about all the world’s finned fish. Expand
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The Empirical Robustness of Description Logic Classification
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In spite of the recent renaissance in lightweight description logics (DLs), many prominent DLs, such as that underlying the Web Ontology Language (OWL), have high worst case complexity for their key inference services. Expand
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WebProtégé: A Cloud-Based Ontology Editor
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We present WebProtégé, a cloud-based application that allows users to collaboratively edit ontologies represented in the Web Ontology Language (OWL). Expand
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Finding fault: detecting issues in a versioned ontology
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A fine-grained analysis of asserted axiom dynamics throughout the evolution of the NCIt from 2003 to 2012. Expand
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Analysing the evolution of the NCI Thesaurus
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The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Thesaurus (NCIt) is a biomedical ontology which has been developed for over a decade. Expand
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Categorising logical differences between OWL ontologies
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The analysis of changes between OWL ontologies (in the form of a diff ) is an important service for ontology engineering and their understanding of changes carried out between ontologies. Expand
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Analysing Multiple Versions of an Ontology: A Study of the NCI Thesaurus
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The detection of changes between OWL ontologies is an important service for ontology engineering. Expand
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