Analysing Syntactic Regularities in Ontologies

@inproceedings{Mikroyannidi2012AnalysingSR,
  title={Analysing Syntactic Regularities in Ontologies},
  author={Eleni Mikroyannidi and Nor Azlinayati Abdul Manaf and Luigi Iannone and Robert Stevens},
  booktitle={OWLED},
  year={2012}
}
Syntactic regularities are repetitive structures of axioms in the asserted form of an ontology. The Regularity Inspector for Ontologies (RIO) is a framework for detecting such regularities in ontologies using cluster analysis. Detection of syntactic regularities can be used to identify parts of an ontology that have a similar syntactic structure, and could therefore provide an intuition of their construction. In this paper, we introduce uniformity in regularities, meaning the degree of… CONTINUE READING
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