Identification Phase: Ontology Usage Network Analysis Framework (OUN-AF)

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Ashraf, J
Hussain, OK
Hussain, FK
Chang, EJ
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2018
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Analysing ontology usage, as we have noted in the previous chapter, is comprised of four phases: identification, investigation, representation and utilization. The identification phase, which is the focus of this chapter, is responsible for identifying different ontologies that are being used in a particular application area or in a given dataset for further analysis. The ontologies to be analysed fall into two categories: the domain ontology to be analysed for usage is knownthe domain ontology to be analysed for usage needs to be identified according to application-specific requirements.

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Measuring and Analysing the Use of Ontologies: A Semantic Framework for Measuring Ontology Usage
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767
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Control engineering, mechatronics and robotics
Artificial intelligence
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Ashraf, J; Hussain, OK; Hussain, FK; Chang, EJ, Identification Phase: Ontology Usage Network Analysis Framework (OUN-AF), Measuring and Analysing the Use of Ontologies: A Semantic Framework for Measuring Ontology Usage, 2018, 767, pp. 63-101
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