Ontology Management System
An ontology management system is a knowledge base management system that can solve an ontology management task (for managing ontologies).
- It can interface with an Ontology Design System.
- See: Database Management System, Taxonomy Management System.
- (Horrocks, 2011) ⇒ Ian Horrocks. (2011). “Tool Support for Ontology Engineering." Springer Berlin Heidelberg,
- ABSTRACT: The Web Ontology Language (OWL) has been developed and standardised by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It is one of the key technologies underpinning the Semantic Web, but its success has now spread far beyond the Web: it has become the ontology language of choice for a wide range of application domains. One of the key benefits flowing from OWL standardisation has been the development of a huge range of tools and infrastructure that can be used to support the development and deployment of OWL ontologies. These tools are now being used in large scale and commercial ontology development, and are widely recognised as being not simply useful, but essential for the development of the high quality ontologies needed in realistic applications.
- (Navigli & Velardi, 2004) ⇒ Roberto Navigli, Paola Velardi. (2004). “Learning Domain Ontologies from Document Warehouses and Dedicated Web Sites.” In: Computational Linguistics, 50. doi:10.1162/089120104323093276
- QUOTE: Within this framework, the proposed tools are OntoLearn, for the automatic extraction of domain concepts from thematic Web sites; ConSys, for the validation of the extracted concepts; and SymOntoX, the ontology management system.