Ontology in Information Science
by Ciza Thomas (ed.)
Publisher: InTech 2018
Number of pages: 310
This book provides researchers and practitioners working in the field of ontology and information science an opportunity to share their theories, methodologies, experiences, and experimental results related to ontology development and application in various areas. It also includes the design aspects of domain ontologies considering the architecture, development strategy, and selection of tools.
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