OntoPath: A Language for Retrieving Ontology Fragments

@inproceedings{JimnezRuiz2007OntoPathAL,
  title={OntoPath: A Language for Retrieving Ontology Fragments},
  author={Ernesto Jim{\'e}nez-Ruiz and Rafael Berlanga Llavori and Victoria Nebot and Ismael Sanz},
  booktitle={OTM Conferences},
  year={2007}
}
In this work we introduce a novel retrieval language, named OntoPath, for specifying and retrieving relevant ontology fragments. This language is intended to extract customized self-standing ontologies from very large, general-purpose ones. Through OntoPath, users can specify the desired detail level in the concept taxonomies as well as the properties between concepts that are required by the target applications. The syntax and aims of OntoPath resemble XPath’s in that they are simple enough to… CONTINUE READING
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