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A Pattern for Designing Distributed Heterogeneous Ontologies for Facilitating Application Interoperability

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A Pattern for Designing Distributed Heterogeneous Ontologies for Facilitating Application Interoperability
The role of ontologies in knowledge base systems is gradually increasing. Along with the growth of Internet based applications and ecommerce, the need for easy interoperability between ontologies is paramount. Today methodologies and design guidelines for building and developing ontologies from scratch exist, and others have focused on evolving step-by-step growth of ontologies as shall be discussed in this paper. However, we find inadequate aid in the design of distributed, heterogeneous and multi-functioned, application ontology, primarily aimed to be the central hub for interoperability between a number of other applications which may or may not be ontology based. In this paper, we present a logical context based ontology design architecture in the form of Principle-Subject-Support(PSS) pattern. The PSS pattern has been used as a guide to analyze and model several perspectives involved in a practical case study carried out in a military network simulation project to build a distribu...
M. Chenine, Vandana Kabilan, M. Garcia Lozano
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where CAISE
Authors M. Chenine, Vandana Kabilan, M. Garcia Lozano
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