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General    (2)

    (2A)
Full name of the tool .15926 Editor
Description of the tool .15926 Editor is an application to work with data compliant to international standard ISO 15926 "Industrial automation systems and integration — Integration of life-cycle data for process plants including oil and gas production facilities". It allows to build domain ontologies (reference data) under the upper ontology (type system) of ISO 15926-2.

With fully functional RDF viewer/editor at the core, .15926 Editor can parse and present any RDF compliant ontology data set. The Editor can easily handle large data sources which are difficult or impossible to explore in a majority of publicly available tools.     (2A1)

.15926 Editor is a tool designed with three major goals in mind:     (2A2)

• explore existing sources of reference data (domain ontologies) in as many formats as possible;     (2A3)

• verify reference data;     (2A4)

• engineer new reference data, including automated reference data creation through mapping from external sources.     (2A5)

The Editor is intended to become for ISO 15926 ontology data what Protégé became for OWL data – a primary tool for data exploration.     (2A6)

.15926 Editor is built on the .15926 Platform to demonstrate Platform's capabilities. .15926 Platform is a name for an architecture and a set of specific interfaces and libraries to work with ISO 15926 data. It is developed by TechInvestLab.ru to facilitate creation of semantic applications to work with ISO 15926 data in all possible ways – read, visualize, explore, search, reason, map, write, exchange, etc.     (2A7)

Link to the tool http://techinvestlab.ru/ISO15926en
Tool home page http://techinvestlab.ru/ISO15926en
Download page http://techinvestlab.ru/dot15926Editor
Author TechInvestLab.ru team
Contact dot15926@gmail.com
Institutional sponsor TechInvestLab.ru
Last version 1.2 (released 19 Nov 2012 for Windows)
License Parts of .15926 Editor (built-in extensions) are released as a source code under the BSD 2-Clause license.
Mailing List http://dot15926.livejournal.com/

Exploration    (2B)

    (2B1)
Find ontologies with specific domain coverage No
-- comment .15926 Editor is designed to work with upper ontology of international standard ISO 15926 and with data compliant to that standard.
Compare domain coverage across ontologies Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor has data comparison capability in alpha stage, available for testing by qualified users.
Assess or characterize breadth of domain coverage of an ontology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Assess or characterize depth or detail of domain coverage of an ontology Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor can access and present the richness of information models available in the reference data.
Assess or characterize use considerations of ontology including licensing, training, cost, updating, software requirements, and security No
-- comment Optional remarks
Assess complexity of concept definitions (necessary and sufficient properties) and use of axioms Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor query language allows to do verification checks of concept information models (domain ontologies).
Identify number and ratio of concepts, relations, and subclassing Yes
-- comment 15926 Editor query language allows to calculate numerical properties of an ontology.
Identify frequency of use of ontology language features in an ontology Yes
-- comment 15926 Editor query language allows to calculate numerical properties of an ontology.
Identify age and use statistics of an ontology and its versions No
-- comment Optional remarks
Assess the inferencing power of an ontology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Rate ontologies on their popularity or review feedback No
-- comment Optional remarks
Other ontology quality and fitness support for exploration phase (describe capability) 15926 Editor allows design and run semantic queries or whole data mining and verification algorithms for ISO 15926 compliant ontology data, using the power of Python general purpose programming language through full-featured REPL environment and accessing APIs of various .15926 Platform components to read, analyse and change data.

Management    (2C)

    (2C1)
Distinguish between conceptual and operational ontologies and objectives Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor has built-in ISO 15926-2 upper ontology and can be instrumental in creation of domain ontologies as reference data.
Generate ontology application and performance requirements No
-- comment Optional remarks
Organize and track the life cycle requirements and progression of an ontology No
-- comment .15926 Editor has ontology change management and version tracking functionality in alpha testing.
Organize and maintain a collection of related ontologies and ontology modules Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor allows to build complex data project from local files and endpoints, bringing reference data, template definitions and project data together for integrated navigation and verification, customizing namespaces and meta-data attributes.
Provide statistics on ontology versioning and use No
-- comment .15926 Editor has ontology change management and version tracking functionality in alpha testing.
Guide ontology development per a quality assurance methodology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Assess the reusability of a planned ontology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Other ontology quality and fitness support for management phase (describe capability)

    (2D1)
Does 15926Editor guide formulation of ontology requirements?
Guide formulation of domain scope and detail requirements Yes
-- comment .15925 Editor is designed to build reference data (domain ontologies) in compliance with ISO 15926-2 upper ontology.
Guide formulation of goodness of design requirements No
-- comment Optional remarks
Guide formulation of data and information requirements Yes
-- comment .15925 Editor is designed to build reference data (domain ontologies) in formats compliant to ISO 15926-7,8
Guide formulation of semantic and reasoning requirements Yes
-- comment .15925 Editor is designed to build reference data (domain ontologies) in formats compliant to ISO 15926-7,8
Guide formulation of interface requirements No
-- comment Optional remarks
Guide formulation of level of effort requirements No
-- comment Optional remarks
Facilitate framing a set of competency questions exemplifying ontology objectives No
-- comment Optional remarks
Choose metaphysical methodology No
-- comment .15925 Editor is designed to build reference data (domain ontologies) in compliance with ISO 15926 ontology presuppositions.
Does 15926Editor allow one to choose an extant ontology for reuse?
Choose extant top ontology for reuse No
-- comment .15925 Editor is designed to build reference data (domain ontologies) in compliance with ISO 15926-2 upper ontology.
Choose extant core ontologies for reuse No
-- comment .15925 Editor is designed to build reference data (domain ontologies) in compliance with ISO 15926-2 upper ontology.
Apply a style of ontological analysis to design No
-- comment Optional remarks
Guide design to optimize normalization, factoring, and simplicity of ontology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Guide application of open world or closed world semantics Yes
-- comment .15925 Editor is designed to build reference data (domain ontologies) in compliance with ISO 15926 ontology presuppositions which are open world.
Guide ontology design to achieve inferencing requirements No
-- comment Optional remarks
Guide ontology design to achieve scalability requirements No
-- comment Optional remarks
Enable adjustable query and inference performance Yes
-- comment .15925 Editor internal query language is optimised to work with ISO 15926 compliant data.
Does 15926Editor offer design patterns based on current ontology or design context?
Offer application patterns based on current ontology or design context Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor supports data pattern concepts developed for practical application of ISO 16926.
Offer ontology language patterns based on current ontology or design context Yes
-- comment .15925 Editor internal query language supports data pattern concepts developed for practical application of ISO 16926.
Offer methodology patterns based on current ontology or design context No
-- comment Optional remarks
Offer other patterns based on current ontology or design context Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Integrate selected design patterns into an ontology design Yes
-- comment .15925 Editor supports use of ontology patterns for ISO 15926 reference data (domain ontology) development.
Assess correctness or performance of an ontology design Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor query language allows to do verification checks of concept information models.
Guide and facilitate modularization of ontology Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor allows to organise complex data project as set of local files and endpoints in integrated environment.
Guide ontology design for visualization No
-- comment Optional remarks
Other ontology quality and fitness support for design phase (describe capability) 15926 Editor supports ontology design in "exploratory programming" mode, using the power of Python general purpose programming language through full-featured REPL environment and accessing APIs of various .15926 Platform components to read, analyze and change data.

General Development    (2E1)

    (2E1A)
Does 15926Editor allow one to choose an ontology language?
Choose ontology language No
-- comment .15926 Editor works with ontology segments represented in RDF and OWL.
Choose formal logic language No
-- comment Optional remarks
Choose RDF support Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Mix ontology languages No
-- comment Optional remarks
Generate ontology code from requirements specification Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor has APIs allowing automated generation of reference data (domain ontologies) from formal or semi-formal (controlled languages) representations of domain data.
Generate or enforce selected design patterns in ontology code Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Feedback on consistency of granularity and regularity of domain ontology structure No
-- comment .15926 internal query languages can be used to provide a feedback.
Manage lexical naming and annotation of ontology elements Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Ensure proper use and coding of RDF and Web resources Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Enforce proper use and coding of URIs Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Produce the current terminological inferences of an ontology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Optimize query and inference performance Yes
-- comment .15926 internal query language is optimised for use on ISO 15926 data.
Detect violations of domain, referential, or semantic integrity Yes
-- comment .15926 internal query languages can be used for validation checks.
Overall, detect and correct coding errors or inconsistencies No
-- comment Optional remarks
Other ontology quality and fitness support for build phase (describe capability)

Concept Development    (2E2)

    (2E2A)
Ensure proper separation and coding of concepts and facts Yes
-- comment According to the methodology and conventions implied by ISO 15926.
Ensure kind-of nature and consistency of subclassing Yes
-- comment According to the methodology and conventions implied by ISO 15926.
Guide subclass versus class individual determinations Yes
-- comment According to the methodology and conventions implied by ISO 15926.
Monitor depth of subclassing consistency across a domain ontology Yes
-- comment .15926 internal query languages can be used for such checks.
Generate prototypical instances (individuals) to help verify class intent and class subsumption No
-- comment Optional remarks
Detect and guide use of multiple inheritance Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Guide use of disjointness axioms No
-- comment 15926 internal query languages can be used for such checks
Guide use of necessary and sufficient properties in concept definitions No
-- comment 15926 internal query languages can be used for such checks
Guide use of existential versus universal quantification in class restrictions No
-- comment Optional remarks
Enforce proper use of conjunctions versus disjunctions No
-- comment Optional remarks

Relationship Development    (2E3)

    (2E3A)
Ensure proper use and coding of relations Yes
-- comment According to the methodology and conventions implied by ISO 15926.
Ensure proper use and coding of data types Yes
-- comment According to the methodology and conventions implied by ISO 15926.
Assess and enforce consistency and completeness of range and domain constraints No
-- comment Optional remarks
Assess and enforce consistency and completeness of inverse relations No
-- comment Optional remarks
Ensure proper use and coding of transitive relations No
-- comment Optional remarks

Validation    (2F)

    (2F1)
Verify that ontology requirements are met Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor query language allows to do verification checks of concept information models (domain ontologies).
Can 15926Editor assess query performance?
Assess query precision and recall performance No
-- comment Optional remarks
Assess query time performance No
-- comment Optional remarks
Can 15926Editor assess inference performance?
Assess inferencing time performance No
-- comment Optional remarks
Assess inferencing completeness performance No
-- comment Optional remarks
Generate characteristic queries and tests No
-- comment Optional remarks
Accept validation test sets or inputs Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor query language allows to build validation test sets.
Can 15926Editor assure computability of ontology?
Assure semantically adequate computability of ontology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Assure mathematically complete computability of ontology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Verify that two ontologies are interoperable No
-- comment Optional remarks
Validate the intended functionality of software using the ontology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Validate instance data conforming to an ontology No
-- comment .15926 Editor query language allows to verify engineering instance data and facilitate its transfer to validation system.
Assess accuracy, correctness, and completeness of ontology terminological content No
-- comment Optional remarks
Guide or adjust ontology in accord with validation results No
-- comment Optional remarks
Other ontology quality and fitness support for validation phase (describe capability)

Integration and Use    (2G)

    (2G1)
Export ontology in different languages No
-- comment .15926 Editor query language allows build mapping adapters to different ontlology representations.
Integrate ontology with other ontologies Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor can integrate domain ontologies developed under the same ISO 15926 upper ontology.
Integrate ontology with other information system resources Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor is designed to build, test and use adapters to other information systems.
Assess or track user experience with ontology No
-- comment Optional remarks
Enable user to modify or extend ontology to address deficiencies Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Create mappings from ontologies to and from data and data sources Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Other ontology quality and fitness support for integration and use phase (describe capability)

Maintenance    (2H)

    (2H1)
Promote reuse of ontology Yes
-- comment Optional remarks
Capture ontology errors during use No
-- comment .15926 Editor internal query language can be used for verification.
Profile use of ontology elements during use No
-- comment Optional remarks
Compare and map between ontologies Yes
-- comment .15926 Editor has data comparison capability in alpha stage, available for testing by qualified users.
Track ontology changes and control versions No
-- comment .15926 Editor has change management capability for ontologies in alpha stage, available for testing by qualified users.
Other ontology quality and fitness support for maintenance phase (describe capability)