Factors Affecting Ontology Development in Ecology

@inproceedings{Keet2005FactorsAO,
  title={Factors Affecting Ontology Development in Ecology},
  author={C. Keet},
  booktitle={DILS},
  year={2005}
}
  • C. Keet
  • Published in DILS 2005
  • Computer Science
Few ontologies in the ecological domain exist, but their development can take advantage of gained experience in other domains and from existing modeling practices in ecology. Taxonomies do not suffice because more expressive modeling techniques are already available in ecology, and the perspective of flow with its centrality of events and processes cannot be represented adequately in a taxonomy. Therefore, formal ontologies are required for sufficient expressivity and to be of benefit to… Expand
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