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Creating Topic Maps Ontologies for Space Experiments

Paper, was published by David Damen, Rani Pinchuk, and Bernard Fontaine at 2009-11-12

The paper outlines the design process that is used to create Topic Maps Ontologies for space experiments.

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This paper outlines the design process that is used to create Topic Maps Ontologies for space experiments in a wide range of scientific disciplines. This design process is implemented in three iterations, one for creating initial Topic Maps Ontologies and two for further refinement. The paper focuses on the first iteration that consists of nine workshops with various providers of space experiment data, each active in a different scientific domain. Furthermore, we report our findings in holding these workshops.


David Damen

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David is involved in TopiEngi.

Rani Pinchuk

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Rani is involved in LINDO, DIADEM, ULISSE, TopiEngi, and SATOPI.

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