Topics: Rule Modeling, Semantic Reasoning, Information Model, Linked Data, Taxonomy, Controlled Vocabulary, Semantic Foundation, Ontology, Semantic Web Services, Semantic Web, Inference, Vocabulary, Schema, Provenance
- CSCI 6967 - 01, 98441, CSCI 4968 - 01, 95541
Guest Lecturer: Ms. Elisa Kendall
- Learn what ontologies are, how to build them, and how to use them
- Learn what use cases are, how to construct them, and how to use them to capture requirements for ontology and applications development
- Learn about terminology work, including definition development, and how to use terminologies as the starting point for ontology development
- Learn about ontology languages and some existing ontology resources
- Learn how to design, implement, and evaluate an ontology project
- Via written assignments
- Via oral (individual and group presentations)
- Via participation in class
- Via group evaluation
- Late submission policy: first time with valid reason – no penalty, otherwise 20% of score deducted each late day
If found in violation of the academic dishonesty policy, students may be subject to two types of penalties. The instructor administers an academic (grade) penalty, and the student may also enter the Institute judicial process and be subject to such additional sanctions as: warning, probation, suspension, expulsion, and alternative actions as defined in the current Handbook of Student Rights and Responsibilities. If you have any question concerning this policy before submitting an assignment, please ask for clarification.
See the SYLLABUS at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13_1TaPQXUfn9YA-sBMvcx9sshNRWoX6eGYpx...
NOTICE: remember to check back as the schedule may change as the term progresses
Enrolled students may miss at most one class without permission of the instructor. Once one class has been missed (with or without permission) no additional classes may be missed without permission.
Current Group Projects:
Course: Ontology Engineering