O3F: an object oriented ontology framework

@inproceedings{Mota2003O3FAO,
  title={O3F: an object oriented ontology framework},
  author={Lu{\'i}s Mota and Lu{\'i}s Miguel Botelho and Hugo Mendes and Ant{\'o}nio Lopes},
  booktitle={AAMAS},
  year={2003}
}
This paper describes an object-oriented framework for ontology representation, which was derived from the analysis of a set of use cases for ontology services provided by ontology agents in open agent networks. The described use cases are converted into a set of requirements for the Information System supporting the ontology service.Each ontology on the server has classes, properties and methods. Classes have attributes, which are properties, methods and axioms. Attributes have facets. Methods… CONTINUE READING

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