'Just enough' ontology engineering

@inproceedings{Maio2011JustEO,
  title={'Just enough' ontology engineering},
  author={Paola Di Maio},
  booktitle={WIMS},
  year={2011}
}
This paper introduces 'just enough' principles and 'systems engineering' approach to the practice of ontology development to provide a minimal yet complete, lightweight, agile and integrated development process, supportive of stakeholder management and implementation independence. 
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