Ontology Summit 2016 Communique: Ontologies within semantic interoperability ecosystems

@article{Fritzsche2017OntologyS2,
  title={Ontology Summit 2016 Communique: Ontologies within semantic interoperability ecosystems},
  author={Donna M. Fritzsche and Michael Gr{\"u}ninger and Kenneth Baclawski and Mike Bennett and Gary Berg-Cross and Todd Schneider and Ram D. Sriram and Mark Underwood and Andrea Westerinen},
  journal={Appl. Ontology},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={91-111}
}
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