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OWLED 2007
OWL: Experiences and Directions 2007

Proceedings of the OWLED 2007 Workshop on
OWL: Experiences and Directions

Innsbruck, Austria, June 6-7, 2007.

Edited by

Christine Golbreich*
Aditya Kalyanpur**
Bijan Parsia***

* University of Versailles Saint-Quentin, France
** IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA
*** University of Manchester, UK and Clark&Parsia, LLC, USA

Table of Contents


  1. Ontologies in OWL for Rapid Enterprise Integration
    Suzette Stoutenburg, Leo Obrst, Deborah Nichols, Paul Franklin, Ken Samuel, and Michael Prausa
  2. Ontology Engineering for Product Development
    Henson Graves
  3. Use of OWL for Describing Stream Processing Components to Enable Automatic Composition
    Zhen Liu, Anand Ranganathan, and Anton Riabov
  4. Semantic Web Technologies in Technical Automotive Documentation
    François-Paul Servant
  5. VIVO Development Roadmap: Enhancing an Ontology-Based University Research Portal with OWL and Rules
    Brian Lowe, Brian Caruso and Jon Corson-Rikert
  6. Implementing an RDF/OWL Ontology on Henry the III Fine Rolls
    Jose Vieira and Arianna Ciula
  7. Rule-Based Reasoning With A Multi-Scale Neuroanatomical Ontology
    Stephen Larson and Maryann Martone
  8. Querying multiple sources with OWL ontologies: an exploratory study in an automotive company
    Pierre Mariot, Jean-Pierre Cotton, Christine Golbreich, Alain Berger and François Vexler
  9. A Business Case of the Use of Ontologies for Knowledge Capitalization and Exploitation
    François-Marie Lesaffre and Vincent Pelletier
  10. Adding Integrity Constraints to OWL
    Boris Motik, Ian Horrocks and Ulrike Sattler
  11. Extending Fuzzy Description Logics for the Semantic Web
    Giorgos Stoilos and Giorgos Stamou.
  12. Can OWL Model Football Leagues?
    Diego Calvanese, Giuseppe De Giacomo, Domenico Lembo, Maurizio Lenzerini and Riccardo Rosati
  13. SPARQL-DL: SPARQL Query for OWL-DL
    Evren Sirin and Bijan Parsia
  14. Igniting the OWL 1.1 Touch Paper: The OWL API
    Matthew Horridge, Sean Bechhofer and Olaf Noppens
  15. DIG 2.0 Reference Middleware
    Timo Weithöner, Thorsten Liebig, Marko Luther and Sebastian Böhm
  16. An Extension of DIG 2.0 for Handling Bulk Data
    Diego Calvanese and Mariano Rodriguez
  17. Towards a Scalable and Efficient Middleware for Instance Retrieval Inference Services
    Atila Kaya, Ralf Moeller, Alissa Kaplunova and Tobias Berger
  18. Verbalizing OWL in Attempto Controlled English
    Kaarel Kaljurand and Norbert Fuchs
  19. Design Principles and Realization Techniques for User Friendly, Interactive, and Scalable Ontology Browsing and Inspection Tools
    Michael Wessel and Ralf Möller
  20. ONTOSEARCH2: Searching Ontologies Semantically
    Edward Thomas, Jeff Z. Pan and Derek Sleeman
  21. IBSE: An OWL Interoperability Evaluation Infrastructure
    Raul Garcia-Castro, Asunción Gómez-Pérez and Jesus Prieto-Gonzalez
  22. Describing Chemical Functional Groups in OWL-DL for the Classification of Chemical Compounds
    Natalia Villanueva-Rosales and Michel Dumontier
  23. Representing Phenotypes in OWL
    Chris Mungall
  24. A Survey of Requirements for Automated Reasoning Services for Bio-Ontologies in OWL
    C. Maria Keet, Marco Roos and M. Scott Marshall
  25. An Examination of OWL and the Requirements of a Large Health Care Terminology
    Kent Spackman
  26. Current and Future Uses of OWL for Scientific Data Frameworks: Successes and Limitations
    Deborah McGuinness, Peter Fox, Luca Cinquini, Patrick West, James Benedict, and Jose Garcia
  27. Experiences in Modeling Clinical Examinations in Oral Medicine Using OWL
    Marie Gustafsson and Göran Falkman
  28. An Ontology-Driven Knowledge Environment For Subcellular Neuroanatomy
    Lisa Fong, Stephen Larson, Amarnath Gupta, Christopher Condit, William Bug, Li Chen, Ruth West, Stephan Lamont, Masako Terada and Maryann Martone
  29. The OBO to OWL mapping, GO to OWL 1.1!
    Christine Golbreich and Ian Horrocks
  30. Structured Ontology Format
    Rob Shearer
  31. Mother, May I? OWL-based Policy Management at NASA
    Michael Smith, Andrew Schain, Kendall Clark, Arlen Griffey and Vladimir Kolovski
  32. Extracting Modules from Ontologies: A Logic-based Approach
    Bernardo Cuenca Grau, Ian Horrocks, Yevgeny Kazakov and Ulrike Sattler
  33. Completing Description Logic Knowledge Bases using Formal Concept Analysis
    Franz Baader, Bernhard Ganter, Ulrike Sattler and Baris Sertkaya
  34. Combining OWL with RCC for Spatioterminological Reasoning on Environmental Data
    Rolf Grütter and Bettina Bauer-Messmer
  35. Reasoning with OWL-DL in Inductive Logic Programming
    Francesca Alessandra Lisi

    Poster or Demo

  36. Sydney OWL Syntax - towards a Controlled Natural Language Syntax for OWL 1.1
    Anne Cregan, Rolf Schwitter and Thomas Meyer
  37. Ontological Context Visualization
    Julia Dmitrieva, Yun Bei and Fons J. Verbeek
  38. Ontology-based data access with MASTRO
    Antonella Poggi and Marco Ruzzi
  39. Lege Feliciter: Using Structured English to represent a Topographic Hydrology Ontology
    Glen Hart, Catherine Dolbear and John Goodwin.
  40. Satisfiability Model Visualization Plugin for Deep Consistency Checking of OWL Ontologies
    Martins Barinskis and Guntis Barzdins
  41. On Querying Ontologies with Contextual Logic Programming
    Cláudio Fernandes, Nuno Lopes and Salvador Abreu
  42. Ontology-Based Management of the Telehealth Smart Home, Dedicated to Elderly in Loss of Cognitive Autonomy
    Fatiha Latfi, Bernard Lefebvre and Celine Descheneaux
  43. OWL SAIQL - An OWL DL Query Language for Ontology Extraction
    Alexander Kubias, Simon Schenk, Steffen Staab and Jeff Z. Pan
  44. Hey! You Got Imperative in My Declarative, or A Mashup Made in Heaven: Making OWL friendlier with Javascript.
    Alan Ruttenberg
  45. Use Case: Ontology to Support System Verification Process
    Anne Monceaux and Martine Callot
  46. Requirements for the Treatment of Multilinguality in Ontologies within FAO
    Caterina Caracciolo, Margherita Sini and Johannes Keizer

submitted by Christine Golbreich, 13-Jul-2007
published on CEUR-WS.org, 13-Jul-2007