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Identifying Key Concepts in an Ontology, through the Integration of Cognitive Principles with Statistical and Topological Measures
This paper addresses the issue of identifying the concepts in an ontology, which best summarize what the ontology is about, and shows two versions of the algorithm, which have been evaluated against the results produced by human experts. Expand
FaBiO and CiTO: Ontologies for describing bibliographic resources and citations
This article introduces the principles and architectures of two new ontologies central to the task of semantic publishing: FaBiO, the FRBR-aligned Bibliographic Ontology, an ontology for recording and publishing bibliographic records of scholarly endeavours on the Semantic Web, and CiTO, the Citation Typing Ontology. Expand
Modelling OWL Ontologies with Graffoo
Graffoo, i.e., a graphical notation to develop OWL ontologies by means of yEd, a free editor for diagrams, is introduced. Expand
The SPAR Ontologies
This paper introduces a set of complementary and orthogonal ontologies that can be used for the description of the main areas of the scholarly publishing domain, known as the SPAR (Semantic Publishing and Referencing) Ontologies. Expand
KC-Viz: A Novel Approach to Visualizing and Navigating Ontologies
A novel tool for visualizing and navigating ontologies, called KC Viz, is presented, which exploits an innovative ontology summarization method to support a ’middleout ontology browsing’ approach, where it becomes possible to navigate ontologies starting from the most information-rich nodes. Expand
The Document Components Ontology (DoCO)
DoCO, the Document Components Ontology, an OWL 2 DL ontology that provides a general-purpose structured vocabulary of document elements to describe both structural and rhetorical document components in RDF is introduced. Expand
The Semantic Publishing and Referencing Ontologies
This chapter introduces the Semantic Publishing and Referencing (SPAR) Ontologies, a suite of orthogonal and complementary OWL 2 DL ontology modules for the creation of comprehensive machine-readable RDF metadata for every aspect of semantic publishing and referencing. Expand
Semantic Web Technologies and Legal Scholarly Publishing
EARMARK is a markup meta language that allows one to create markup documents without the structural and semantic limits imposed by markup languages such as XML and it can be used with the SPAR Ontologies, another topic in this book. Expand
Annotations with EARMARK for arbitrary, overlapping and out-of order markup
EARMARK provides a solid platform for providing vocabulary-independent declarative support to advanced document features such as transclusion, overlapping and out-of-order annotations within a conceptually insensitive environment such as XML, and does so by exploiting recent semantic web concepts and languages. Expand
A Simplified Agile Methodology for Ontology Development
  • S. Peroni
  • Computer Science
  • 20 November 2016
In this paper we introduce SAMOD, a.k.a. Simplified Agile Methodology for Ontology Development, a novel agile methodology for the development of ontologies by means of small steps of an iterativeExpand