Reconciling Experts' Ontologies for the Semantic Web
Hameed, Adil and Sleeman, Derek and Preece, Alun (2002) Reconciling Experts' Ontologies for the Semantic Web. Proc. of the First International Semantic Web Conference(ISWC-2002), Sardinia, Italy, June 9-12, 2002..
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Just as the World Wide Web in its current form has become the defacto medium for sharing information and data resources, the emerging Semantic Web will certainly become the common fabric and the enabling factor for knowledge sharing and collaboration. In addition to (re)using existing knowledge repositories, there will be a need to share and reuse knowledge with several collaborating experts. Ontologies can be the facilitating technology for this purpose. However, it would be necessary to reconcile separately developed ontologies and evolve a consensus among them before the underlying knowledge can be shared or reused. To illustrate how significant it is to maintain and manage heterogeneity between ontologies, we present 3 interesting scenarios that can contribute to the Semantic Web.
|Subjects:||AKT Challenges > Knowledge reuse|
AKT Challenges > Knowledge maintenance
|Deposited By:||Ajit, Suraj|
|Deposited On:||10 July 2003|
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