OilEd: A reason-able ontology editor for the semantic web Ontologies will play a pivotal r^ole in the “Semantic Web”, where they will provide a source of precisely defined terms that can be communicated across people and applications. OilEd, is an ontology editor that has an easy to use frame interface, yet at the same time allows users to exploit the full power of an expressive web ontology language (OIL). OilEd uses reasoning to support ontology design, facilitating the development of ontologies that are both more detailed and more accurate.
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- Sure, York; Angele, Juergen; Staab, Steffen: OntoEdit: Guiding ontology development by methodology and inferencing (2002)
- Sure, York; Erdmann, Michael; Angele, Juergen; Staab, Steffen; Studer, Rudi; Wenke, Dirk: OntoEdit: Collaborative ontology development for the semantic web (2002)
- Su, Xiaomeng; Ilebrekke, Lars: A comparative study of ontology languages and tools (2002)
- Wroe, C. J.; Stevens, R.; Goble, C. A.; Ashburner, M.: A methodology to migrate the gene ontology to a description logic environment using DAML+OIL (2002)
- Bechhofer, Sean; Horrocks, Ian; Goble, Carole; Stevens, Robert: OilEd: A reason-able ontology editor for the semantic web (2001)