Proposal of Evaluation Criteria for Editors of Ontologies Created to Represent Knowledge in Information Systems

Helena Dudycz

Abstract

One way to represent knowledge of experts in information systems is an ontology. Constructing ontology always denotes analysis and organizing knowledge concerning specific field noted in formalized structure. There can be noticed an increasing interest in using ontology, whose goal is to illustrate the model of a specific field, in information systems. There is an increasing number of both, open source and commercial software, whose aim is to support the process of creating ontology. In this paper, we discuss the suggestion of 11 criteria to evaluate ontology editors. For each of them, we present a rating scale. The proposed list of criteria may be used to conduct research and evaluation of ontology editors with the use of scoring methods.
Author Helena Dudycz (MISaF / IBI / DIT)
Helena Dudycz,,
- Department of Information Technologies
Pages22-31
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Refereed Paper Proceedings - KM Conference 2018 , 2018, International Institute for Applied Knowledge Management, 89 p.
Keywords in EnglishOntology, Ontology Editor, Multi-Criteria Evaluation, Knowledge Representation
URL http://www.iiakm.org/conference/proceedings/KM2018_RefereedProceedingsPapers.pdf
Languageen angielski
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