OWL & Object-Oriented modeling
2012-04-11 18:08:27 GMT
I’m new to Protege/OWL. I’m from the OO world and I’m wondering are there any guidelines on the difference between using OO modeling and ontology modeling?
I started with a UML model but then stumbled over Protege/OWL and was very impressed with how much better it was for the model I wanted to build. (BTW, Kudos to the Protege team, what a wonderfully intuitive and well designed tool)
But being an OO person I’m still getting up the learning curve on building and thinking in terms of an ontology not an object model.
To be specific what I’m NOT looking for are:
When I’ve searched for "OO and OWL" I find mostly papers that address those issues.
What I AM interested in (and haven’t found much on) are questions such as:
Hope these aren't naive questions. I would appreciate any pointers to articles, books, web sites, etc.
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