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The evolution of Protégé: an environment for knowledge-based systems development
Supporting Rule System Interoperability on the Semantic Web with SWRL
This paper describes the development of a configurable interoperation environment for SWRL built in Protege-OWL, the most widely-used OWL development platform, and integrated the popular Jess rule engine into this environment, thus providing one of the first steps on the path to rule integration on the Web.
Knowledge modeling at the millennium : The design and evolution of Protégé-2000
An overview of the evolution of Protégé is given, examining the methodological assumptions underlying the original ProtÉgé system and discussing the ways in which the methodology has changed over time.
The Unified Problem-Solving Method Development Language UPML
The paper describes the components and adapters, architectural constraints, development guidelines, and tools provided by UPML, a framework for developing knowledge-intensive reasoning systems based on libraries of generic problem-solving components.
RASTA: A Distributed Temporal Abstraction System to Facilitate Knowledge-Driven Monitoring of Clinical Databases
A temporal reasoning system called RASTA is described that uses a distributed algorithm that enables it to deal with large data sets, and the algorithm also supports a variety of configuration options, enabling RASA toDeal with a range of application requirements.
Component-Based Support for Building Knowledge-Acquisition Systems
The latest development in a series of computer-based knowledge-acquisition systems is known as Protege-2000, a meta-tool that helps users to construct domain-specific knowledge- acquired systems that application experts can enter and browse the content knowledge of elec-tronic knowledge bases.
Knowledge-Acquisition Interfaces for Domain Experts: An Empirical Evaluation of Protégé-2000
Using Protege-2000 and its domainspecific extensions, the domain experts with no previous experience with knowledge-based systems were able to perform complex knowledge-acquisition tasks efficiently and correctly.
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The evo-lution of Prot'eg'e: An environment for knowledge-based sys-tems development
A Method-Description Language: An initial ontology with examples
This work proposes an ontology for a method-description language, and presents example specifications for two well-known problem-solving methods: propose-and-revise and cover- and-differentiate.