Monthly Archives: May 2012

Obsolescence of Duplicated Classes, Properties and Instances

After last week’s tidying up, I identified a number of duplicated classes, properties and instances. I have spent some time this week resolving these duplications by obsoleting those terms from each pair of duplicates which seemed to have less impact … Continue reading

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Tidying up SWO

I spent some time over the past few days performing a little bit of standardisation and tidying prior to the new software class additions that Duncan and I will be working on in the coming weeks. This post lists the … Continue reading

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Priorities for the Software Ontology

In an ideal world the software ontology would describe lots of different kinds of software (breadth) in lots of detail (depth).┬áBased on a previous analysis of Agile Ontology Development and Priority Poker, here is a list of priorities for the … Continue reading

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3rd Software Ontology Workshop – Announcement

On the 27th and 28th June, 2012, we are intending to run a 3rd Workshop following on from the two previously successful workshops. As with the previous meetings, these will involve doing actual ‘work‘ but hopefully in a way that … Continue reading

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