A Distributed Ontology Framework for the Grid

Abstract

Tailoring large ontologies can be a very cumbersome task. The Grid enables resource sharing to handle such tasks over a distributed environment. It makes sense then, to investigate the possibility of using resources on the Grid to tailor large Ontologies. This paper proposes a distributed ontology framework for tailoring ontologies in the Grid. The framework consists of five main categories; Ontology Processing, Ontology Location, Ontology Connection, Users’ Connection and Algorithm Location.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-30501-9_17

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@inproceedings{Flahive2004ADO, title={A Distributed Ontology Framework for the Grid}, author={Andrew Flahive and J. Wenny Rahayu and David Taniar and Bernady O. Apduhan}, booktitle={PDCAT}, year={2004} }