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Formal ontology in information systems [electronic resource] / edited by Maureen Donnelly and Giancarlo Guizzardi.

Author/Creator:
FOIS (Conference) Corporate Author
Publication:
Amsterdam : IOS Press, c2012.
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Conference/Event
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1 online resource (368 p.)
Conference Name:
FOIS (Conference)
Series:
Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications
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Subjects:
Artificial intelligence -- Philosophy.
Ontology.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
Title Page; Preface; Contents; Part 1. Ontologies and Bioinformatics; Probability Assignments to Dispositions in Ontologies; Maturation of Neuroscience Information Framework: An Ontology Driven Information System for Neuroscience; Suggestions for Galaxy Workflow Design Using Semantically Annotated Services; Part 2. Ontologies of Physical Entities; The Void in Hydro Ontology; The Mysterious Appearance of Objects; Towards Making Explicit the Ontological Commitment of a Database Schema on the Geological Domain; Part 3. Ontological Aspects of Artifacts and Human Resources
An Ontology for Skill and Competency ManagementTowards a Unified Definition of Function; Preliminaries to a Formal Ontology of Failure of Engineering Artifacts; Part 4. Methodological Aspects in Ontology Engineering; A Method for Re-Engineering a Thesaurus into an Ontology; Ontology Content ""At a Glance""; Interactive Semantic Feedback for Intuitive Ontology Authoring; Part 5. Ontology Evaluation; Does Your Ontology Make a (Sense) Difference?; A Method for Evaluating Ontologies - Introducing the BFO-Rigidity Decision Tree Wizard
Integrating OntoClean's Notion of Unity and Identity with a Theory of Classes and Types - Towards a Method for Evaluating OntologiesPart 6. Ontology, Language and Social Relations; Axiomatizing Change-of-State Words; Elements for a Linguistic Ontology in the Verbal Domain; Toward a Commonsense Theory of Microsociology: Interpersonal Relationships; Part 7. Ontological Aspects of Time and Events; The Date-Time Vocabulary; States, Processes and Events, and the Ontology of Causal Relations; Ontology of Time in GFO; Part 8. Aspects of Ontology Representation
Using Partial Automorphisms to Design Process OntologiesA Temporal Extension of the Hayes/ter Horst Entailment Rules and an Alternative to W3C's N-ary Relations; Three Semantics for the Core of the Distributed Ontology Language; Subject Index; Author Index
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Donnelly, Maureen.
Guizzardi, Giancarlo.
ISBN:
1-299-33319-2
1-61499-084-0
OCLC:
812179143