Title

Technical Papers Session V: Towards ontology editing, querying and visualization in .net environment

Abstract/Description

In this paper, a .net based ontology editor has been proposed. Despite the growing interest in ontology engineering, a review of current literature reveals that most of the developments have been mainly concentrated on open source platforms. The feedback obtained from .net developers show their disappointment over current progress in the domain of semantic web and raises the need for urgent response for catering to current demands. Realizing this research gap, this paper proposed a .net based tool for ontology development and editing (TODE). Based on the developer's feedback, it has been identified that visualization and query management are one of the most important demands of .net semantic web community. Therefore, TODE provides integrated support for these features. The evaluation of proposed tool has been performed by different usability experts, which concluded that TODE provides a convenient approach for ontology development to end-users.

Location

Lecture Hall B (Aman Tower, 11th floor)

Session Theme

Technical Papers Session V - Social Computing & Information Retrieval

Session Type

Parallel Technical Session

Session Chair

Dr. Tariq Rahim Soomro

Start Date

17-11-2019 2:00 PM

End Date

17-11-2019 2:20 PM

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Nov 17th, 2:00 PM Nov 17th, 2:20 PM

Technical Papers Session V: Towards ontology editing, querying and visualization in .net environment

Lecture Hall B (Aman Tower, 11th floor)

In this paper, a .net based ontology editor has been proposed. Despite the growing interest in ontology engineering, a review of current literature reveals that most of the developments have been mainly concentrated on open source platforms. The feedback obtained from .net developers show their disappointment over current progress in the domain of semantic web and raises the need for urgent response for catering to current demands. Realizing this research gap, this paper proposed a .net based tool for ontology development and editing (TODE). Based on the developer's feedback, it has been identified that visualization and query management are one of the most important demands of .net semantic web community. Therefore, TODE provides integrated support for these features. The evaluation of proposed tool has been performed by different usability experts, which concluded that TODE provides a convenient approach for ontology development to end-users.