Lifecycle-Support in Architectures for Ontology-Based Information Systems

author: Thanh Tran, University of Karlsruhe
published: Feb. 1, 2008,   recorded: November 2007,   views: 126

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Ontology-based applications play an increasingly important role in the public and corporate Semantic Web. While today there exist a range of tools and technologies to support specific ontology engineering and management activities, architectural design guidelines for building ontology-based applications are missing. In this paper, we present an architecture for ontology-based applications—covering the complete ontology-lifecycle—that is intended to support software engineers in designing and developing ontology-based applications. We illustrate the use of the architecture in a concrete case study using the NeOn toolkit as one implementation of the architecture.

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