[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-47

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Ontologies and Information Sharing

Proceedings of the IJCAI-01 Workshop on Ontologies and Information Sharing
Seattle, USA, August 4-5, 2001.

Edited by

A . Gómez-Pérez
M. Gruninger
H. Stuckenschmidt
M. Uschold

Table of Contents

  1. Ontologies and the Knowledge Acquisition Bottleneck (9-18)
    Mihai Boicu, Gheorghe Tecuci, Bogdan Stanescu, Catalin Balan and Elena Popovici

  2. Towards a principled approach to semantic interoperability (19-25)
    Jerome Euzenat

  3. Understanding top-level ontological distinctions (26-33)
    Aldo Gangemi, Nicola Guarino, Claudio Masolo, Alessandro Oltramari

  4. Building and Exploiting Ontologies for an Automobile Project Memory (34-43)
    Joanna Golebiowska, Rose Dieng-Kuntz, Olivier Corby and Didier Mousseau

  5. myPlanet: an ontology-driven Web-based personalized news service (44-52)
    Yannis Kalfoglou, John Domingue, Enrico Motta, Maria Vargas-Vera, Simon Buckingham Shum

  6. Combining and relating ontologies: an analysis of problems and solutions (53-62)
    Michel Klein

  7. Anchor-PROMPT: Using Non-Local Context for Semantic Matching (63-70)
    Natalya F. Noy and Mark A. Musen

  8. Ontology Integration: How to perform the Process (71-80)
    Helena Sofia Pinto and Joao P. Martins

  9. Building a Reason-able Bioinformatics Ontology Using OIL (81-90)
    Robert Stevens, Ian Horrocks, Carole Goble and Sean Bechhofer

  10. Ontology Merging for Federated Ontologies on the Semantic Web (91-99)
    Gerd Stumme and Alexander Maedche

  11. A knowledge model to support inconsistency management when reasoning with shared knowledge (100-107)
    Valentina Tamma, Trevor Bench-Capon

  12. Ontology-Based Integration of Information - A Survey of Existing Approaches (108-118)
    H. Wache, T. Voegele, U. Visser, H. Stuckenschmidt, G. Schuster, H. Neumann and S. Huebner

  13. Experience in Ontology Engineering for a Multi-Agents Corporate Memory System (119-122)
    Fabien Gandon

  14. Towards Ontology Language Customization (123-125)
    Heiner Stuckenschmidt

  15. A Modest Proposal: Reasoning Beyond the Limits of Ontologies (126-130)
    Wolfgang Wohner

  16. Solving Integration Problems of e-commerce standards and initiatives through ontological mappings (131-140)
    O. Corcho and A. Gómez-Pérez

  17. Issues in Ontology-based Information Integration (141-146)
    Zhan Cui, Dean Jones and Paul O'Brien

  18. Extending RDF(S) with Contextual and Definitional Knowledge (147-156)
    Alexandre Delteil and Catherine Faron-Zucker

  19. Enterprise-Standard Ontology Environments for intelligent e-business (157-165)
    Alan Flett and Mike Brown

  20. Building Business Applications By Integrating Heterogeneous Repositories Based on Ontologies (166-173)
    Noriaki Izumi and Takahira Yamaguchi

  21. Engineering Ontologies using Semantic Patterns (174-185)
    Steffen Staab, Michael Erdmann and Alexander Maedche

The complete proceedings are also available as single pdf file.

submitted to CEUR-WS by H. Stuckenschmidt, August 16, 2001