publication . Article . 2013

a maut approach for reusing domain ontologies on the basis of the neon methodology

A. JIMÉNEZ; M. C. SUÁREZ-FIGUEROA; A. MATEOS; A. GÓMEZ-PÉREZ; M. FERNÁNDEZ-LÓPEZ;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2013 Journal: International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making, volume 12, pages 945-968 (issn: 0219-6220, eissn: 1793-6845, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Pte Lt
Abstract
<jats:p> Knowledge resource reuse is becoming a widespread approach in the ontology engineering field because it can speed up the ontology development process. In this context, the NeOn Methodology specifies some guidelines for reusing different types of knowledge resources (ontologies, nonontological resources, and ontology design patterns). These guidelines prescribe how to perform the different activities involved in any of the diverse types of reuse processes. One such activity is to select the best knowledge resources for reuse in an ontology development. This selection activity is a complex decision-making problem involving conflicting objectives, like und...
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free text keywords: Ontology engineering, reuse, multi-attribute utility theory, decision support system, 68T30, 91B06, 91B16, Computer Science (miscellaneous), Computer science, Ontology, Ontology (information science), Ontology-based data integration, Ontology engineering, computer.software_genre, computer, Process ontology, Reuse, Data mining, Upper ontology, Suggested Upper Merged Ontology
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