Safe and Economic Re-Use of Ontologies: A Logic-Based Methodology and Tool Support

@inproceedings{JimnezRuiz2008SafeAE,
  title={Safe and Economic Re-Use of Ontologies: A Logic-Based Methodology and Tool Support},
  author={Ernesto Jim{\'e}nez-Ruiz and Bernardo Cuenca Grau and Ulrike Sattler and Thomas Schneider and Rafael Berlanga Llavori},
  booktitle={OWLED},
  year={2008}
}
Ontology design and maintenance require an expertise in both the domain of application and the ontology language. Realistic ontologies typically model different aspects of an application domain at various levels of granularity; prominent examples are the National Cancer Institute Ontology (NCI), which describes diseases, drugs, proteins, etc., and GALEN, which represents knowledge mainly about the human anatomy, but also about other domains such as drugs. Ontologies such as NCI and GALEN are… CONTINUE READING
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