DOGMA-MESS: A Tool for Fact-Oriented Collaborative Ontology Evolution

@inproceedings{Leenheer2008DOGMAMESSAT,
  title={DOGMA-MESS: A Tool for Fact-Oriented Collaborative Ontology Evolution},
  author={Pieter De Leenheer and Christophe Debruyne},
  booktitle={OTM Workshops},
  year={2008}
}
Ontologies being shared formal specifications of a domain, are an important lever for developing meaningful internet systems. However, the problem is not in what ontologies are, but how they become operationally relevant and sustainable over longer periods of time. Fact-oriented and layered approaches such as DOGMA have been successful in facilitating domain experts in representing and understanding semantically stable ontologies, while emphasising reusability and scalability. DOGMA-MESS… CONTINUE READING
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