It might be said, similarly to many other roles and activities, that an ontology engineer is only as good as his/her tool, but what are the tools for ontology engineering and how good are they?
The OntoCommons Workshop on Tools for Ontology Engineering is an opportunity to discuss among ontology engineering experts, practitioners, tool builders and users about the state of the ontology engineering toolkit in 2021.
The event aims to cover the whole ontology lifecycle, from requirement gathering to ontology use through:
- a mix of presentations by diverse members of the ontology engineering community;
- discussions to understand which tools contribute to which parts of the ontology lifecycle and what is currently lacking.
These presentations and discussions will be used as input to a report from the OntoCommons project on the state of ontology engineering tools in 2021.
|Time||Title and speaker|
|10:00||Introduction - Mathieu d'Aquin on behalf of OntoCommons|
|10:15||The Fashion Knowledge Graph at Zalando - Katariina Kari|
|10:30||From regulation to knowledge - Veronika Heimsbakk|
|10:45||Ontology Engineering at eccenca, Overview and Outlook - Sebastian Tramp|
|11:00||Ontology repositories & services with the OntoPortal technology: a return of experience with AgroPortal - Clement Jonquet|
|12:45||Conceptual Modelling with ORMiE in Microsoft Visual Studio - Enrico Franconi|
|01:00||UFO, OntoUML and its Associated Tools - Giancarlo Guizzardi|
|01:15||Building the ArCo knowledge graph: process, experience and struggle with existing tools - Valentina Presutti|
|01:30||Visual Ontology Modeling for Domain Experts and Business Users with metaphactory - Peter Haase|
|02:00||Semantic Requirements in the Ontology Lifecycle - Michael Gruninger|
|02:15||DOL and Hets - Tools for modular and heterogeneous ontologies - Till Mossakowski|
|02:30||Ontology Engineering for Developer Ergonomics: the data.world use case - Juan Sequeda|
Panel on the suitability of current tools for ontology engineering: Is there a standard approach? Are we missing something? Are the tools good enough?
|03:30||Wrap up - Mathieu d'Aquin on behalf of OntoCommons|