KBS Development on the (Semantic) Web

David Corsar, Derek Sleeman

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This paper describes a set of tools which allow the large number of ontologies available on the Semantic Web to be discovered and reused for other applications (both in the Semantic Web and by the larger knowledge engineering community). Firstly, these tools address the problem of finding an existing ontology, with given characteristics. Secondly, we discuss tools which allow the knowledge engineer to detect and repair errors which occur in the ontology’s vocabulary (CleOn) or are related to logical coherency/inconsistency (RepairTab). Once a knowledge engineer is satisfied that the ontology is lexically and semantically consistent, then he/she can extend the ontology if the application requires that. Once the extension has been done, it again would be prudent to use those same tools to check that the resulting ontology is consistent.
Original languageEnglish
Pages35-44
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventAAAI 2008 Spring Symposium Series - Stanford University, California, United States
Duration: 26 Mar 200828 Mar 2008

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ConferenceAAAI 2008 Spring Symposium Series
CountryUnited States
CityStanford University, California
Period26/03/0828/03/08

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Ontology
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Knowledge engineering
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Corsar, D., & Sleeman, D. (2008). KBS Development on the (Semantic) Web. 35-44. Paper presented at AAAI 2008 Spring Symposium Series, Stanford University, California, United States.

KBS Development on the (Semantic) Web. / Corsar, David; Sleeman, Derek.

2008. 35-44 Paper presented at AAAI 2008 Spring Symposium Series, Stanford University, California, United States.

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Corsar, D & Sleeman, D 2008, 'KBS Development on the (Semantic) Web' Paper presented at AAAI 2008 Spring Symposium Series, Stanford University, California, United States, 26/03/08 - 28/03/08, pp. 35-44.
Corsar D, Sleeman D. KBS Development on the (Semantic) Web. 2008. Paper presented at AAAI 2008 Spring Symposium Series, Stanford University, California, United States.
Corsar, David ; Sleeman, Derek. / KBS Development on the (Semantic) Web. Paper presented at AAAI 2008 Spring Symposium Series, Stanford University, California, United States.10 p.
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