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OWL: Experiences and Directions 2005

Proceedings of the OWLED*05 Workshop on
OWL: Experiences and Directions

Galway, Ireland November 11-12, 2005.

Edited by

Bernardo Cuenca Grau *
Ian Horrocks *
Bijan Parsia *
Peter Patel-Schneider +

* The University of Manchester ,
+ Bell Labs Research

Table of Contents

  1. A Tool for Storing OWL Using Database Technology
    Maria del Mar Roldan-Garcia and Jose F. Aldana-Montes.
  2. Modeling Fuzzy Rules with Description Logics
    Sudhir Agarwal and Pascal Hitzler.
  3. Benchmarking DL Reasoners Using Realistic Ontologies
    Zhengxiang Pan.
  4. Towards an Object-Oriented Reasoning System for OWL
    Georgios Meditskos and Nick Bassiliades.
  5. Introducing Customised Datatypes and Datatype Predicates into OWL
    Jeff Z. Pan and Ian Horrocks.
  6. Closed World Reasoning in the Semantic Web through Epistemic Operators
    Stephan Grimm and Boris Motik.
  7. Tailoring OWL for data intensive ontologies
    Giuseppe De Giacomo, Domenico Lembo, Maurizio Lenzerini and Riccardo Rosati.
  8. The Protege OWL Experience
    Holger Knublauch, Matthew Horridge, Mark Musen, Alan Rector, Robert Stevens, Nick Drummond, Phil Lord, Natalya F. Noy, Julian Seidenberg and Hai Wang.
  9. Fuzzy OWL: Uncertainty and the Semantic Web
    Giorgos Stoilos, Giorgos Stamou, Vassilis Tzouvaras, Jeff Z. Pan and Ian Horrocks.
  10. Experiences of Using OWL at the Ordnance Survey
    John Goodwin.
  11. What Have Ontologies Ever Done For Us – Potential Applications at a National Mapping Agency
    John Goodwin.
  12. The Irresistible SRIQ
    Ian Horrocks, Oliver Kutz and Ulrike Sattler.
  13. What reasoning support for Ontology and Rules? the brain anatomy case study
    Christine Golbreich.
  14. Pushing the limits of OWL, Rules and Protege. A simple example.
    Anne Cregan, Malgorzata Mochol, Denny Vrandecic and Sean Bechhofer.
  15. Logical reconstruction of normative RDF
    Enrico Franconi, Jos de Bruijn and Sergio Tessaris.
  16. Experiences Using OWL in Military Applications
    Lee Lacy, Gabriel Aviles, Karen Fraser, William Gerber, Alice Mulvehill and Robert Gaskill.
  17. Building Applications and Tools for OWL -- Experiences and Suggestions
    Thorsten Liebig, Marko Luther, Olaf Noppens, Massimo Paolucci and Matthias Wagner.
  18. On Developing a Distributed CBR Framework through Semantic Web Services
    Belen Diaz-Agudo, Pedro A. Gonzalez-Calero, Pedro Pablo Gomez-Martin and Marco Antonio Gomez-Martin.
  19. Open vs Closed world, Rules vs Queries: Use cases from Industry
    Gary Ng.
  20. The Foundational Model of Anatomy in OWL: experience and perspectives
    Christine Golbreich.
  21. Experience Using OWL DL for the Exchange of Biological Pathway Information
    Alan Ruttenberg, Jonathan Rees and Joanne Luciano.
  22. Towards a Nonmonotonic Extension to OWL Yarden Katz and Bijan Parsia.
  23. DLP is not so bad after all
    Pascal Hitzler, Peter Haase, Markus Krötzsch, York Sure and Rudi Studer.
  24. An OWL-Based Semantic Web Service Discovery Framework
    Xinqi Wang and Xueli Yu.
  25. OWL FA: A Metamodeling Extension of OWL DL
    Jeff Z. Pan, Ian Horrocks and Guus Schreiber.
  26. Experiences with OWL-S, Directions for Service Composition: The Cashew Position
    Barry Norton.
  27. Building and Using an Ontology of Tasks
    Fatma Mili, Sangiv Dungrani and Swapna Ghanekar.
  28. Representing Qualitative Spatial Information in OWL-DL
    Yarden Katz and Bernardo Cuenca Grau.
  29. The Policy Argument, the Commercial Imperative and the Wow factor
    Phil Archer.
  30. Extending OWL with Maximal Subproperties: An Approach to Define Qualified Cardinality Restrictions and Reflexive Properties
    Stanislav Pokraev and Rogier Brussee.
  31. Protein Ontology Development using OWL
    Amandeep Sidhu, Tharam Dillon, Elisabeth Chang, Baldev Singh Sidhu

submitted by Bernardo Cuenca Grau, June 2006