Corpus ID: 128025

Knowledge modeling at the millennium : The design and evolution of Protégé-2000

  title={Knowledge modeling at the millennium : The design and evolution of Prot{\'e}g{\'e}-2000},
  author={W. Grosso and H. Eriksson and R. Fergerson and J. Gennari and S. Tu and M. Musen},
  • W. Grosso, H. Eriksson, +3 authors M. Musen
  • Published 1999
  • Computer Science
  • It has been 13 years since the first version of Protégé was run. The original tool was a small application, aimed mainly at building knowledge-acquisition tools for a few very specialized programs (it grew out of the ONCOCIN project and the subsequent attempts to build expert systems for protocol-based therapy planning). The most recent version, Protégé-2000, incorporates the Open Knowledge Base Connectivity (OKBC) knowledge model, is written to run across a wide variety of platforms, supports… CONTINUE READING
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