Reference : PALETTE : Extensions of O'CoP Ontology
Reports : External report
Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Education & instruction
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/61996
PALETTE : Extensions of O'CoP Ontology
English
Dieng-Kuntz, Rose [> >]
Denis, Brigitte mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département d'éducation et formation > Techn. de l'information & de la communicat. pour l'éducation >]
El Ghali, Adil [> >]
Gateau, Benjamin [> >]
Labails, Jean-David [> >]
Makni, Bassem [> >]
Naudet, Yannick [> >]
Peeters, Robert [Université de Liège - ULg > > IFRES - LABSET >]
Rieppi, Stéphane [Université de Liège - ULg > Département de science politique > Gouvernance et société >]
Tifous, Amira [> >]
Vandeput, Etienne mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département d'éducation et formation > CRIFA >]
Vidou, Géraldine [> >]
Jan-2008
Union Européenne + INRIA
D.KNO.05
Nice
France
[en] ontology ; knowledge management
[en] This deliverable first analyzes some integration problems encountered during the integration of the O’CoP ontology that was developed by several ontologists. Then, we describe several experiments of development of CoP-specific ontologies
· Natural Language processing (NLP) tools were used by Knowledge Management (KM)
service developers for analyzing a corpus of e-mails of the @pretic CoP, so as to develop a
“Technical Problem” ontology. We also reused an existing hierarchy in order to build the
Ontopedia ontology. Last, the development of the ontologies “Human Problems” and
“Learning and Teaching” for the @pretic CoP relied on brainstormings between the CoP
mediator and the CoP members.
· For the Form@Hetice CoP, the ontology was aimed at being used by the BayFac system
offering service of document classification, and was developed by the service developers, with
a validation by the Form@Hetice CoP mediator.
· For Learn-Nett CoP, the ontology was also aimed at being used by the BayFac system, and
was developed by the service developers and the CoP mediator (who was also a member of
the CoP), with a continuous validation by a CoP focus group.
· For the TFT CoP, tbe ontology was developed manually by the CoP mediator through a
folksonomy obtained using tags on the CoP documents, according to social tagging approach.
At the end of the deliverable, we compare these different ontologies with related work and we analyze them from reusability viewpoint
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