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DEVELOPMENT OF EARTHQUAKE ONTOLOGY FOR PREVENTION AND PREDICTION

@inproceedings{Ramamonjisoa2012DEVELOPMENTOE,
  title={DEVELOPMENT OF EARTHQUAKE ONTOLOGY FOR PREVENTION AND PREDICTION},
  author={D. Ramamonjisoa},
  year={2012}
}
This paper describes the method and development of earthquake ontology for prevention and prediction. In our previous work, we develop ontologies for organization knowledge such as university or faculty. We extend that work to construct the earthquake ontology. The aim is to build the ontology autonomously from freely available databases or textbooks. A preliminary result of the experiments is presented. A comparison of the human made ontology is discussed. 
EARTHQUAKE ONTOLOGY AND RESEARCHES ON EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION
This paper describes the method and development of earthquake prediction ontology. In my previous work, I developed ontologies for earthquake. I extend that work to construct the earthquakeExpand

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