Detecting hidden errors in an ontology using contextual knowledge

@article{Teymourlouie2018DetectingHE,
  title={Detecting hidden errors in an ontology using contextual knowledge},
  author={Mehdi Teymourlouie and Ahmad Zaeri and Mohammadali Nematbakhsh and Matthias Thimm and Steffen Staab},
  journal={Expert Syst. Appl.},
  year={2018},
  volume={95},
  pages={312-323}
}
Due to modeling errors in designing ontologies, an ontology may carry incorrect information. Ontology debugging can be helpful in detecting errors in ontologies that are increasing in size and expressiveness day by day. While current ontology debugging methods can detect logical errors (incoherences and inconsistencies), they are incapable of detecting hidden modeling errors in coherent and consistent ontologies. From the logical perspective, there are no errors in such ontologies, but this… CONTINUE READING
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