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Engineering Mathematics ontology in OWL

From: Stephane Fellah <fellah@pcigeomatics.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 15:24:09 -0500
Message-ID: <8ED21571324EB145933ACCD22B86AC36303B1B@bach.ncr.pcigeomatics.com>
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Hi,

I am interested to develop ontologies for Engineering mathematics. So
far, the best model I have found is the one developed by KSL Stanford in
OntoLingua (EngMath ontologies). Is anyone aware of some activities
porting this ontologies in OWL ? The ontology has been developed in LISP
and KIF ? Is it completely portable in OWL or do I need some extensions
in OWL such as OWL Rule Language ? The link to EngMath is at :
http://www-ksl.stanford.edu/knowledge-sharing/papers/engmath-tree.html.
If no activities is done for this, I think it may be useful to develop
it as an open-source ontology. What would be the best approach to
initiate such a project as open-source  ? Do  other ontologies exist for
engineering mathematics ? 


Best regards
 
Stephane Fellah
Senior Software Engineer
 
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