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Neon: Lifecycle Support for Networked Ontologies Priority: Ist-2004-2.4.7 – “semantic-based Knowledge and Content Systems” D3.1.1 Context Languages -state of the Art Work Package Participants

@inproceedings{Mozetic2006NeonLS,
  title={Neon: Lifecycle Support for Networked Ontologies Priority: Ist-2004-2.4.7 – “semantic-based Knowledge and Content Systems” D3.1.1 Context Languages -state of the Art Work Package Participants},
  author={Igor Mozetic},
  year={2006}
}
In this deliverable we present a state-of-the-art survey for context representation languages. We organize the survey along two dimensions: (1) Usage scenarios of context information and (2) approaches for representing and reasoning with context. We compare the different formalisms based on an abstract and generic mathematical de nition. Keyword list: ontology management, networked ontologies, context 2006 c © Copyright lies with the respective authors and their institutions. Document Identi er… Expand

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