SYNAT system ontology: Design patterns applied to modeling of scientific community, preliminary model evaluation
Anna Wróblewska , T Podsiadły-Marczykowska , Robert Bembenik , Henryk Rybiński , Grzegorz M. Protaziuk
The paper presents the extended version of the SYNAT system ontology, used design patterns, modeling choices and preliminary evaluation of the model. SYNAT system ontology was designed to define semantic scope of the SYNAT platform. It covers concepts related to scientific community and its activities i.e.: people in science and their activities, scientific and sciencerelated documents, academic and non-academic organizations, scientific events and data resources, geographic notions necessary to characterize facts about science as well as classification of scientific topics. In its current version SYNAT system ontology counts 472 classes and 296 properties, its consistency was verified using Pellet and HermiT reasoners. © 2013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
|Book||Studies in Computational Intelligence, Studies in Computational Intelligence, 2013, ISBN 9783642356469, 323-340 p.|
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