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  • n. Plural form of ontology.


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  • Morten Frederikson's FOAF output plugin follows this path automatically, creating formally defined ontologies from the human labels.

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  • The collecting of information called ontologies -- In philosophy, an ontology is a theory about the nature of existence, of what types of things exist; ontology as a discipline studies such theories.

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  • Because so many of these knowledge bases, called ontologies, are represented in the common RDF standard, they can consume and integrate any entity as soon as NLP resolves it.

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  • I think it's pronounced the same as the last three syllables of "ontologies" minus the "t".

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  • I think they deal with 'ontologies' in the sense of 'catalogues of things,' rather than in the sense of 'doctrines of being.'

    Being and Foolishness

  • So folksonomies are messier than "ontologies" are.

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  • • Expertise in methods and technologies utilized for integrative analysis of biosciences and clinical data, such as ontologies, semantic web technologies and data exchange standards.

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  • A framework is proposed that semi-automatically translates a clinical guideline, expressed as an XML-based flow chart, into a Drools Rule Flow by employing semantic technologies such as ontologies and SWRL.

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  • We create "ontologies" that mix instances and schema.

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  • As I previously said, one of the advantage of using an RDF store is that you're offered with a bunch of standard "ontologies", that are standard ways to do some common things

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