14th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering
and Knowledge Management
5-8th October 2004 - Whittlebury Hall, Northamptonshire,
** CANCELLED **
We are pleased to have the following tutorial that was accepted for the 14th EKAW.
Introduction to Ontology Development and the Protégé-OWL Environment
Speakers: Alan Rector, Nick Drummond, Matthew Horridge, Robert Stevens, Hai Wang Duration:Half Day/afternoon with extensive hands on experience and pre- and post- material
The major goal of this tutorial is to provide the attendees with both the theoretical foundations of ontology design and hands-on experience in the construction of ontologies with Protégé-OWL environment. In particular, the attendees will
Learn the basic principles and application domains of OWL based ontologies using styles developed at Manchester and in the Semantic Web Best Practice Working Party.
Gain hands-on experience with ontology development using the Protégé-OWL tools
Learn how to use the expressive power of OWL and to take advantage of its inferencing capabilities
Evaluate the Protégé-OWL tools and related plugins in the context of the state-of-the-art in ontology engineering, Web-based ontology representation languages and related tools.
Be introduced to the skills needed to participate in the growing community of user/developers of the environment