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Developing University Ontology using protégé OWL Tool: Process and Reasoning
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Author(s)
Naveen Malviya, Nishchol Mishra, Santosh Sahu
KEYWORDS
Semantic Web, Ontology, protégé tool, OWL, DL, Reasoning,Object.
ABSTRACT
The current web is based on html which can display information simply. Researchers are working towards the semantic web which is an intelligent and meaningful web proposed by Tim burner's lee. Ontology and ontology based application are its basic ingredients. With the ontology we can focus on only main concepts and its relationship rather than information. Protégé is a most popular tool for ontology editing and for developing ontology. It has a GUI which enables ontology developers to concentrate on conceptual terms without thinking about syntax of an output language. Protégé has flexible knowledge model and extensible plug-in architecture. This paper explains the terms of university through university ontology. We will focus on creating an university ontology using protégé. Rajiv Gandhi Technical University Bhopal, India has been taken an example for the ontology development and various aspects like: super class and subclass hierarchy, creating a subclass instances for class illustration, query retrieval process visualization view and graph view have been demonstrated.
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