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ThinkMind // MOPAS 2011, The Second International Conference on Models and Ontology-based Design of Protocols, Architectures and Services // View article mopas_2011_1_20_50003


Involving Non Knowledge Base Experts With the Development of Ontologies

Authors:
Vlad Nicolicin Georgescu
Vincent Bénatier
Rémi Lehn
Henri Briand

Keywords: Ontology, Information System, Software, Decision Support System

Abstract:
The paper presents an approach to ontology development with the help of regular, non technical users. The specific objective is the construction of a software ontology with a much higher level of detail (e.g., patch version or software version compatibility) than existing propositions like OpenCyc. To this end, we need the feedback of software experts and users. The problem is that these are not knowledge experts with a background in working with ontology concepts, as required by the actual ontology development solutions. Our strategy is to provide an intuitive online platform through which users can provide feedback about their software configurations without the perquisites of ontology modeling. The platform, called TimSys, is linked with the ontology model via mapped data bases and it represents a bridge between the technical and non technical knowledge base worlds.

Pages: 10 to 13

Copyright: Copyright (c) IARIA, 2011

Publication date: April 17, 2011

Published in: conference

ISBN: 978-1-61208-130-4

Location: Budapest, Hungary

Dates: from April 17, 2011 to April 22, 2011

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