Overview of ontology servers research

Ahmad, Mohammad Nazir and Colomb, Robert M. (2007) Overview of ontology servers research. Webology, 4 2: .

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Author Ahmad, Mohammad Nazir
Colomb, Robert M.
Title Overview of ontology servers research
Journal name Webology   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1735-188X
Publication date 2007-06
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume 4
Issue 2
Total pages 1
Place of publication Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran
Publisher Department of Library and Information Science, University of Tehran
Language eng
Subject 3309 Library and Information Sciences
1712 Software
1709 Human-Computer Interaction
Formatted abstract
An ontology is increasingly becoming an essential tool for solving problems in many research areas. The ontology is a complex information object. It can contain millions of concepts in complex relationships. When we want to manage complex information objects, we generally turn to information systems technology. An information system intended to manage ontology is called an ontology server. The ontology server technology is at the time of writing quite immature. Therefore, this paper reviews and compares the main ontology servers that have been reported in the literatures. As a result, we point out several research questions related to server technology.
Keyword Ontology
Ontology server
Ontology tool
Semantic web
Q-Index Code C1
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Institutional Status UQ

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