Designing Ontologies for Moving Objects Applications

@inproceedings{Tryfona2001DesigningOF,
  title={Designing Ontologies for Moving Objects Applications},
  author={Nectaria Tryfona and Dieter Pfoser},
  year={2001}
}
The focus of this work is on the design of ontologies to support the exchange and sharing of information among applications dealing with moving objects. This application area ranges from fleet management systems to the monitoring of the users of mobile phones to provide location-based services. The use of ontologies for interoperability purposes has been long-praised; here, we focus on the comprehension and registration of the fundamental mobile ontologies to exchange information. In particular… CONTINUE READING
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