WebODE: An Integrated Workbench for Ontology Representation, Reasoning, and Exchange

@inproceedings{Corcho2002WebODEAI,
  title={WebODE: An Integrated Workbench for Ontology Representation, Reasoning, and Exchange},
  author={{\'O}scar Corcho and Mariano Fern{\'a}ndez-L{\'o}pez and Asunci{\'o}n G{\'o}mez-P{\'e}rez and {\'O}scar Vicente},
  booktitle={EKAW},
  year={2002}
}
We present WebODE as a scalable, integrated workbench for ontological engineering that eases the modelling of ontologies, the reasoning with ontologies and the exchange of ontologies with other ontology tools and ontology-based applications. We will first describe the WebODE's knowledge model. We will then describe its extensible architecture, focusing on the set of independent ontology development functionalities that are integrated in this framework, such as the Ontology Editor, the Axiom… 

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