• Computer Science
  • Published in KR 2016

Easy OWL Drawing with the Graphol Visual Ontology Language

@inproceedings{Lembo2016EasyOD,
  title={Easy OWL Drawing with the Graphol Visual Ontology Language},
  author={Domenico Lembo and Daniele Pantaleone and Valerio Santarelli and Domenico Fabio Savo},
  booktitle={KR},
  year={2016}
}
GRAPHOL is a visual language designed to help non-experts to understand and specify ontologies. Our language builds on the Entity-Relationship model, but has a formal semantics and higher expressiveness. Notably, OWL 2 can be completely encoded in GRAPHOL. Thanks to the novel open-source Eddy ontology editor, designers can easily draw GRAPHOL diagrams corresponding to OWL ontologies and export them into standard OWL 2 format. Both GRAPHOL and Eddy have been used in several successful industrial… CONTINUE READING

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