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Re: Family and Book ontologies

From: Mohamed-Foued Sriti <sritia@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2012 18:44:43 +0300
Message-ID: <CAPu5DiSQnG5jDJgq=eAzA05Gon9vMNF-PXXPhxZo7uQ0LuwWrw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Robert Stevens <robert.stevens@manchester.ac.uk>
Cc: David Shotton <david.shotton@zoo.ox.ac.uk>, Silvio Peroni <essepuntato@cs.unibo.it>, semantic-web@w3.org
Thank you all for your help and suggestion,

I'll analyze them and give you a useful feedback soon.

Sincerely,
MF

On Sat, Dec 1, 2012 at 12:14 AM, Robert Stevens <
robert.stevens@manchester.ac.uk> wrote:

>
> You can find an initial blog about my Family History KB at
>
> http://robertdavidstevens.wordpress.com/2010/05/04/the-family-history-knowledge-base/
> and there are more recent blogs that have highlighted some things about
> this OWL KB.
> faCT++ could manage it) It's been used as the basis for an advanced
> tutorial in OWL - it maximises inference and also doesn't work in
> interesting ways. I think it's nice to look at, but for actualy, practical
> applicaitons I wouldn't do it this way at the moment.
>
> The thing about this FHKB is that it was designed to maximise inference -
> it works, but runs like a very slow thing. (last time I checked only
> FaCT++ worked). However, the property hierarchy could be re-used in other
> settings with ease. One could even attached rules to infer the same
> relationships...
>
> For my FHKB I very deliberately used euro-centric nomenclature for
> relationships.
>
> My friend John Goodwin did his family as linked data:
>
> http://johngoodwin225.wordpress.com/
>
>
>
> On 30/11/2012 18:25, David Shotton wrote:
>
> Robert Stevens at the University of Manchester (cc'd) has done a
> considerable amount of work mapping family relationships to RDF.  I would
> consult him.  David
>
>
> On 30/11/2012 08:49, Silvio Peroni wrote:
>
> Dear Mohamed,
>
>  1. I'm developing now an ontology in which I need to describe persons,
> family relationships and book/author information.
> Is there a well known (consistent/mature/commonly used) ontologies or
> anybody knows or had used/tested/developed ontologies  about family or
> books.
>
>
>  For books, probably you would like to look at the FRBR-aligned
> Bibliographic Ontology (FaBiO), available at:
>
>  http://purl.org/spar/fabio
>
>  I think you may also be interested in reading a descriptive ontology
> article recently published in JWS [1] about the aforementioned ontology.
>
>  I hope it might help.
>
>  Have a nice day :-)
>
>  S.
>
>
>
>  [1] - Peroni, S., Shotton, D. (2012). FaBiO and CiTO: ontologies for
> describing bibliographic resources and citations. In Journal of
> Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web, 17
> (December 2012): 33-43. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier. DOI:
> 10.1016/j.websem.2012.08.001
>
>
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Silvio Peroni, Ph.D.
> Department of Computer Science
> University of Bologna, Bologna (Italy)
>  Tel: +39 051 2094871
> E-mail: essepuntato@cs.unibo.it
> Web: http://www.essepuntato.it
> Blog: http://palindrom.es/phd
> Twitter: essepuntato
>
>
>
> --
>
> Dr David Shotton
> Research Data Management and Semantic Publishing Research Group,
> Department of Zoology, University of Oxford,
> South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PS, UK.
> Phone: +44 (0)1865-271193   Skype: davidshotton
>
>
> --
> Robert Stevens
> Reader in Bio-Health Informatics
> School of Computer Science
> University of Manchester
> Oxford Road
> Manchester
> United Kingdom
> M13 9PL
> robert.Stevens@Manchester.Ac.UKhttp://www.cs.man.ac.uk/~stevensrhttp://robertdavidstevens.wordpress.com
>
>
> KBO
>
>
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