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Contextual Ontologies

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Contextual Ontologies
Abstract. Contextual ontologies are ontologies that characterize a concept by a set of properties that vary according to context. Contextual ontologies are now crucial for users who intend to exchange information in a domain. Existing ontology languages are not capable of defining such type of ontologies. The objective of this paper is to formally define a contextual ontology language to support the development of contextual ontologies. In this paper, we use description logics as an ontology language and then we extend it by introducing a new contextual constructor. Keywords. Context, Description logics, Ontology.
Djamal Benslimane, Ahmed Arara, Gilles Falquet, Za
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Year 2006
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Authors Djamal Benslimane, Ahmed Arara, Gilles Falquet, Zakaria Maamar, Philippe Thiran, Faïez Gargouri
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