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Requirements for the Treatment of Multilinguality in Ontologies within FAO

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Requirements for the Treatment of Multilinguality in Ontologies within FAO
International organizations like FAO are intrinsically multilingual. FAO is currently experimenting with semantic-oriented technologies based on ontologies, with the purpose of integrating data across various information systems and providing better services to end users. However, in order for these technologies to be used in real-life scenarios, models and tools for accommodating and managing multilingual data are needed. This paper analyzes the requirements for the treatment of multilinguality as resulting from the experience we gained at FAO.
Caterina Caracciolo, Margherita Sini, Johannes Kei
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where OWLED
Authors Caterina Caracciolo, Margherita Sini, Johannes Keizer
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