A priori ontology modularisation in ill-defined domains

@inproceedings{Thakker2011APO,
  title={A priori ontology modularisation in ill-defined domains},
  author={Dhavalkumar Thakker and Vania Dimitrova and Lydia Lau and Ronald Denaux and Stan Karanasios and Fan Yang-Turner},
  booktitle={I-SEMANTICS},
  year={2011}
}
Modularisation is crucial to create re-usable and manageable ontologies. The modularisation is usually performed a posteriori, i.e. after the ontology is developed, and has been applied mainly to well-structured domains. With the increasing popularity of social media, Semantic web technologies are moving towards ill-defined domains that involve cognitively-complex processes carried out by humans and require tacit knowledge (e.g. decision-making, sensemaking, interpersonal communication… CONTINUE READING

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