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Business Use Case: Ontologising Competencies in an Interorganisational Setting

January 16, 2008

In this book chapter, we summarise findings from Codrive, a large-scale ontology project in the vocational training domain. This specific competency area is complex, and in order to achieve proper interoperability, all involved stakeholders must participate in interorganisational ontology engineering. In particular, this chapter illustrates the DOGMA-MESS methodology, a community-driven approach to ontology management. It presents practical experiences for the issues addressed in the previous chapters, complementingthem with illustrative data and hands-on knowledge.

Christiaens, S., De Leenheer, P., de Moor, A., Meersman, R. (2008) Business Use Case: Ontologising Competencies in an Interorganisational Setting. In Ontology Management: Semantic Web, Semantic Web Services, and Business Applications, from Semantic Web and Beyond: Computing for Human Experience, eds. Hepp, M.; De Leenheer, P.; de Moor, A.; Sure, Y., Springer

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