An Ontology for Portability and Interoperability Digital Documents - An Approach in Document Engineering using Ontologies

@inproceedings{Suca2013AnOF,
  title={An Ontology for Portability and Interoperability Digital Documents - An Approach in Document Engineering using Ontologies},
  author={Erika Guetti Suca and Fl{\'a}vio S. Corr{\^e}a da Silva},
  booktitle={KDIR/KMIS},
  year={2013}
}
Organizations need to exchange information simple and efficient, with costs as low as possible. Such information is ussually presented as documents with pre-defined content. These documents may be equivalent or almost equivalent but quite distinct in different organizations. The same document can be different depending on the historical context. Also, organizations do not always use the same technology to generate your documents. The purpose of this work is to enable interoperability of… 
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