The NeOn Ontology Models

Adamou, Alessandro; Raúl, Palma; Haase, Peter; Montiel-Ponsoda, Elena; Aguado de Cea, Guadalupe; Peters, Wim and Gangemi, Aldo (2012). The NeOn Ontology Models. In: Suárez-Figueroa, Mari Carmen; Gómez-Pérez, Asunción; Motta, Enrico and Gangemi, Aldo eds. Ontology Engineering in a Networked World. Springer, pp. 65–90.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-24794-1_4

Abstract

Interoperability on multiple levels, concerning both the ontologies themselves and their engineering activities, is a key requirement for ontology networks to be efficient, with minimal redundancy and high reuse. This requirement has a strict binding for software tools that can support some interoperability levels, yet they can be hindered by a lack of shared models and vocabularies describing the resources to be handled, as well as the ways of handling them. Here, three examples of metalevel vocabularies are proposed, each covering at least one peculiar interoperability aspect: OMV for modeling the artifacts themselves, LIR for managing a multilingual layer on top of them, and C-ODO Light for modeling collaboration-supportive life cycle management tasks and processes. All of these models lend themselves to handling by dedicated software tools and are all being employed within NeOn products.

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