Working with Ontologies

After an ontology is developed, it is used, reused, and related to other ontologies, and also needs to be maintained. These tasks may be easier when an ontology is designed with these tasks in mind. For example, building ontology on an shared upper ontology and using a modular design usually means easier use and maintenance. In this chapter we describe operations on ontologies, relations between ontologies, and a classification of ontologies.

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