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Databases and information systems IV : selected papers from by Olegas Vasilecas; J Eder; Albertas Caplinskas

By Olegas Vasilecas; J Eder; Albertas Caplinskas

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16] Guarino, N. ‘Formal Ontology and Information Systems’, In Guarino, N. ) Formal Ontology in Information Systems, Proceedings of the International Conference on Formal Ontology and Information Systems (FOIS), Trento, Italy, June 6-8. IOS Press, Amsterdam: pp. 3-15, 1998. , Nau D. ‘Ontology-Based Semantics’, In: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR'2000), Breckenbridge, Colorado, April 12-17, 2000. [18] Bunge M. ‘Ontology I: The Furniture of the World’, Treatise on Basic Philosophy, vol.

Commonly no clear distinction between pattern description and the general object-oriented metamodel is made.

Conversely, a suitable 38 6. 7. 8. 9. G. , they should truly belong to the Ontological Level. , a language which only admits specifications representing possible state of affairs in reality (related to sense D3). Suitable general conceptual modeling languages can be used in the development of reference domain ontologies, which, in turn, among many other purposes, can be used to characterize the vocabulary of domain-specific languages. The discipline of Ontology Engineering should account for two classes of languages with different purposes: (i) on one hand, it needs well-founded ontology representation languages focused on representation adequacy regardless of the consequent computational costs, which is not actually a problem since the resulting model is targeted at human users; (ii) On the other hand, it needs lightweight representation languages with adequate computational properties to guarantee their use as codification alternatives for the reference ontologies produced in (i).

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