Towards Self-explanatory Ontology Visualization with Contextual Verbalization

@inproceedings{Liepins2016TowardsSO,
  title={Towards Self-explanatory Ontology Visualization with Contextual Verbalization},
  author={Renars Liepins and Uldis Bojars and Normunds Gruzitis and Karlis Cerans and E. Celms},
  booktitle={DB&IS},
  year={2016}
}
  • Renars Liepins, Uldis Bojars, +2 authors E. Celms
  • Published in DB&IS 2016
  • Computer Science
  • Ontologies are one of the core foundations of the Semantic Web. To participate in Semantic Web projects, domain experts need to be able to understand the ontologies involved. Visual notations can provide an overview of the ontology and help users to understand the connections among entities. However, the users first need to learn the visual notation before they can interpret it correctly. Controlled natural language representation would be readable right away and might be preferred in case of… CONTINUE READING
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