In this paper, we investigate the relation between Guarino's seminal paper ``Formal Ontology and Information Systems'' and the DOGMA ontology-engineering framework. As DOGMA is geared towards the development of ontologies for semantic interoperation between autonomously developed and maintained information systems, it follows that the stakeholders in this project form a community and adds a social dimension to the ontology project. The goal of this exercise is to examine how the different terminologies and ideas relate to one and another, thus providing a reference for clarifying DOGMA's ideas and notation inside Guarino's framework.
|Naam||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|ISSN van elektronische versie||1613-0073|
|Workshop||1st International IFIP Working Conference on Value-Driven Social Semantics & Collective Intelligence co-located with the 5th Annual ACM Web Science Conference (WebSci 2013)|
|Periode||1/05/13 → 1/05/13|
De Leenheer, Breslin, Alani, Ruiz de Querol and Kappler