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See the homepage for the '''Open Ontology Repository (OOR) Initiative'''
|Full name of the tool=Open Ontology Repository (OOR)
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|Description of the tool=An architecture and infrastructure that supports the storage, sharing, searching, management and other value added service for ontologies
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at: '''[[OpenOntologyRepository]]''' or '''http://OpenOntologyRepository.org''' or '''http://www.oor.net'''
|Link to the tool=http://oor.net/
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|Tool home page=http://www.oor.net/
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Access the various OOR repository instances via: '''http://oor.net''' or ''(index page)'' '''http://oor.net/index1.html'''
|Download page=http://sandbox.oor.net/ontologies (for content)
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|Author=Members of the OOR Initiative
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[[Category:Project]]    [[Category:Community_Team]]    [[Category:Tool_System]]   [[Category:OOR]]
|Contact=Ken@Baclawski.com, mdean@bbn.com, peter.yim@cim3.com
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|Institutional sponsor=The OOR Initiative
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|Last version=OOR-sandbox
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|License=code: (simplified) BSD; content: CC-BY-3.0
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This page has been migrated from the [http://ontolog.cim3.net/wiki  OntologWiki] - Click [http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OOR here] for original page
|Mailing List=[oor-forum], [oor-users], [oor-dev] - see under: http://ontolog.cim3.net/mailman/listinfo/
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|Find ontologies with specific domain coverage=Yes
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|Find ontologies with specific domain coverage comments=There is a limited capability for categorizing and retrieving ontologies.
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|Compare domain coverage across ontologies=No
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|Assess or characterize breadth of domain coverage of an ontology=No
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|Assess or characterize depth or detail of domain coverage of an ontology=No
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|Assess or characterize use considerations of ontology including licensing, training, cost, updating, software requirements, and security=Yes
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|Assess or characterize use considerations of ontology including licensing, training, cost, updating, software requirements, and security comments=Ontology metadata is available, including the description and licensing
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|Assess complexity of concept definitions (necessary and sufficient properties) and use of axioms=No
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|Identify number and ratio of concepts, relations, and subclassing=No
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|Identify frequency of use of ontology language features in an ontology=No
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|Identify age and use statistics of an ontology and its versions=No
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|Assess the inferencing power of an ontology=No
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|Rate ontologies on their popularity or review feedback=Yes
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|Rate ontologies on their popularity or review feedback comments=Limited ability to list popular ontologies
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|Distinguish between conceptual and operational ontologies and objectives=No
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|Generate ontology application and performance requirements=No
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|Organize and track the life cycle requirements and progression of an ontology=Yes
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|Organize and track the life cycle requirements and progression of an ontology comments=One can specify whether an ontology is beta, production or retired.
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|Organize and maintain a collection of related ontologies and ontology modules=Yes
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|Provide statistics on ontology versioning and use=No
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|Guide ontology development per a quality assurance methodology=No
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|Assess the reusability of a planned ontology=No
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|Other ontology quality and fitness support for management phase (describe capability)=The capability for sophisticated life cycle management in conformance to ISO/IEC 11179 has been developed but is not yet publicly available.
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|Guide formulation of domain scope and detail requirements=No
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|Guide formulation of goodness of design requirements=No
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|Guide formulation of data and information requirements=No
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|Guide formulation of semantic and reasoning requirements=No
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|Guide formulation of interface requirements=No
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|Guide formulation of level of effort requirements=No
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|Facilitate framing a set of competency questions exemplifying ontology objectives=No
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|Choose metaphysical methodology=No
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|Choose extant top ontology for reuse=No
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|Choose extant core ontologies for reuse=No
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|Apply a style of ontological analysis to design=No
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|Guide design to optimize normalization, factoring, and simplicity of ontology=No
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|Guide application of open world or closed world semantics=No
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|Guide ontology design to achieve inferencing requirements=No
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|Guide ontology design to achieve scalability requirements=No
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|Enable adjustable query and inference performance=No
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|Offer application patterns based on current ontology or design context=No
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|Offer ontology language patterns based on current ontology or design context=No
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|Offer methodology patterns based on current ontology or design context=No
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|Offer other patterns based on current ontology or design context=No
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|Integrate selected design patterns into an ontology design=No
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|Assess correctness or performance of an ontology design=No
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|Guide and facilitate modularization of ontology=No
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|Guide ontology design for visualization=No
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|Choose ontology language=No
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|Choose formal logic language=No
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|Choose RDF support=No
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|Mix ontology languages=No
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|Generate ontology code from requirements specification=No
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|Generate or enforce selected design patterns in ontology code=No
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|Feedback on consistency of granularity and regularity of domain ontology structure=No
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|Manage lexical naming and annotation of ontology elements=No
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|Ensure proper use and coding of RDF and Web resources=No
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|Enforce proper use and coding of URIs=No
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|Produce the current terminological inferences of an ontology=No
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|Optimize query and inference performance=No
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|Detect violations of domain, referential, or semantic integrity=No
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|Overall, detect and correct coding errors or inconsistencies=No
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|Ensure proper separation and coding of concepts and facts=No
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|Ensure kind-of nature and consistency of subclassing=No
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|Guide subclass versus class individual determinations=No
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|Monitor depth of subclassing consistency across a domain ontology=No
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|Generate prototypical instances (individuals) to help verify class intent and class subsumption=No
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|Detect and guide use of multiple inheritance=No
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|Guide use of disjointness axioms=No
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|Guide use of necessary and sufficient properties in concept definitions=No
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|Guide use of existential versus universal quantification in class restrictions=No
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|Enforce proper use of conjunctions versus disjunctions=No
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|Ensure proper use and coding of relations=No
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|Ensure proper use and coding of data types=No
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|Assess and enforce consistency and completeness of range and domain constraints=No
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|Assess and enforce consistency and completeness of inverse relations=No
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|Ensure proper use and coding of transitive relations=No
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|Verify that ontology requirements are met=No
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|Assess query precision and recall performance=No
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|Assess query time performance=No
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|Assess inferencing time performance=No
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|Assess inferencing completeness performance=No
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|Generate characteristic queries and tests=No
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|Accept validation test sets or inputs=No
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|Assure semantically adequate computability of ontology=No
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|Assure mathematically complete computability of ontology=No
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|Verify that two ontologies are interoperable=No
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|Validate the intended functionality of software using the ontology=No
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|Validate instance data conforming to an ontology=No
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|Assess accuracy, correctness, and completeness of ontology terminological content=No
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|Guide or adjust ontology in accord with validation results=No
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|Export ontology in different languages=No
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|Integrate ontology with other ontologies=No
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|Integrate ontology with other information system resources=No
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|Assess or track user experience with ontology=No
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|Enable user to modify or extend ontology to address deficiencies=No
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|Create mappings from ontologies to and from data and data sources=No
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|Promote reuse of ontology=No
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|Capture ontology errors during use=No
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|Profile use of ontology elements during use=No
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|Compare and map between ontologies=Yes
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|Track ontology changes and control versions=Yes
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Latest revision as of 02:41, 14 December 2015

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See the homepage for the Open Ontology Repository (OOR) Initiative     (1)

Access the various OOR repository instances via: http://oor.net or (index page) http://oor.net/index1.html     (3)


This page has been migrated from the OntologWiki - Click here for original page     (4)