Supporting Collaborative Ontology Development in Protégé

@inproceedings{Tudorache2008SupportingCO,
  title={Supporting Collaborative Ontology Development in Prot{\'e}g{\'e}},
  author={Tania Tudorache and Natalya Fridman Noy and Samson W. Tu and Mark A. Musen},
  booktitle={International Semantic Web Conference},
  year={2008}
}
Ontologies are becoming so large in their coverage that no single person or a small group of people can develop them effectively and ontology development becomes a community-based enterprise. In this paper, we discuss requirements for supporting collaborative ontology development and present Collaborative Protégé—a tool that supports many of these requirements, such as discussions integrated with ontology-editing process, chats, and annotations of changes and ontology components. We have… CONTINUE READING
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