Protégé-2000: An Open-Source Ontology-Development and Knowledge-Acquisition Environment: AMIA 2003 Open Source Expo

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Protégé-2000 is an open-source tool that assists users in the construction of large electronic knowledge bases. It has an intuitive user interface that enables developers to create and edit domain ontologies. Numerous plugins provide alternative visualization mechanisms, enable management of multiple ontologies, allow the use of interference engines and problem solvers with Protégé ontologies, and provide other functionality. The Protégé user community has more than 7000 members.

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@article{Noy2003Protg2000AO, title={Prot{\'e}g{\'e}-2000: An Open-Source Ontology-Development and Knowledge-Acquisition Environment: AMIA 2003 Open Source Expo}, author={Natalya Fridman Noy and Monica Crub{\'e}zy and Ray W. Fergerson and Holger Knublauch and Samson W. Tu and Jennifer Vendetti and Mark A. Musen}, journal={AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium}, year={2003}, pages={953} }