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Mind the Gap: Ontology Authoring for Humanists

@inproceedings{Roche2019MindTG,
  title={Mind the Gap: Ontology Authoring for Humanists},
  author={Christophe Roche and Maria Papadopoulou},
  booktitle={JOWO},
  year={2019}
}
Ontologies are software artefacts used for representing knowledge. The use of OWL formalisms to capture knowledge in the field of Digital Classics and Classical Archaeology is mandatory, if linking, sharing, and reusing data from multiple heterogeneous sources is to be accomplished. For the time being, the ontology authoring is out of bounds for humanists. The reason is that OWL requires having a solid background in Description Logics and more generally in Logic for Computer Science. This paper… 

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