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CLOnE: Controlled Language for Ontology Editing

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CLOnE: Controlled Language for Ontology Editing
Abstract. This paper presents a controlled language for ontology editing and a software implementation, based partly on standard NLP tools, for processing that language and manipulating an ontology. The input sentences are analysed deterministically and compositionally with respect to a given ontology, which the software consults in order to interpret the input’s semantics; this allows the user to learn fewer syntactic structures since some of them can be used to refer to either classes or instances, for example. A repeated-measures, task-based evaluation has been carried out in comparison with a well-known ontology editor; our software received favourable results for basic tasks. The paper also discusses work in progress and future plans for developing this language and tool.
Adam Funk, Valentin Tablan, Kalina Bontcheva, Hami
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where SEMWEB
Authors Adam Funk, Valentin Tablan, Kalina Bontcheva, Hamish Cunningham, Brian Davis, Siegfried Handschuh
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