Designing robust biomedical ontologies with OWL

A session at International School on SWAT4LS 2012

Wednesday 2nd May, 2012

11:00am to 1:00pm (LMT)

This course will provide you with background information and hands-on training in the following areas of practical ontology engineering:
- “Robust ontology” what does it mean – on the ontology design cycle
- Thinking bottom-up - the semantics of the web ontology language OWL
- Thinking top-down – maintaining taxonomies supported by top-level and upper-domain ontologies
- Hands on practical problems:
-- Material object and Collective entity
-- Process and participation
-- Information object and Immaterial object
- Test yourself on a real world problem – design a complex problem
- What can go wrong with ontologies – typical design errors

Prior course material or links to material:
- http://www.imbi.uni-freiburg.de/...
- http://www.iph.uni-rostock.de/DF...

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Martin Boeker

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Time 11:00am1:00pm LMT

Date Wed 2nd May 2012

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