The exploitation of theoretical results in knowledge representation, language standardization by W3C and data publication initiatives such as Linked Open Data have given a level of concreteness to the field of ontology research. In light of these recent outcomes, ontology development has also found its way to the forefront, benefiting from years of Ru0026amp;D on development tools. Semi-Automatic Ontology Development: Processes and Resources includes state-of-the-art research results aimed at the automation of ontology development processes and the reuse of external resources becoming a reality, thus being of interest for a wide and diversified community of users. This book provides a thorough overview on the current efforts on this subject and suggests common directions for interested researchers and practitioners.
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