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  • Khan, ZC; Keet, CM (2013-09)
    An approach in achieving semantic interoperability among heterogeneous systems is to offer infrastructure to assist with linking and integration using a foundational ontology. Due to the creation of multiple foundational ...
  • Keet, CM; Suarez-Figueroa, MC; Poveda-Villalon, M (KEOD'13, 2013-09)
    A growing number of ontologies are already available thanks to development initiatives in many different fields. In such ontology developments, developers must tackle a wide range of difficulties and handicaps, which can ...
  • Keet, CM (2012-10)
    OWL 2 DL is a very expressive language and has many features for declaring complex object property expressions. Standard reasoning services for OWL ontologies assume the axioms in the "object property box" to be correct ...
  • Khan, ZC; Keet, CM (Springer, 2014-11)
    While a foundational ontology can solve interoperability issues among the domain ontologies aligned to it, multiple foundational ontologies have been developed. Thus, there are still interoperability issues among domain ...
  • Khan, ZC; Keet, CM (Springer, 2013-09)
    A purpose of a foundational ontology is to solve interoperability issues among domain ontologies and they are used for ontology- driven conceptual data modelling. Multiple foundational ontologies have been developed in ...
  • Keet, CM; Lawrynowicz, A; D'Amato, C; Hilario, M (CRC Press, 2013-05)
    We describe the Data Mining Optimization Ontology (DMOP), which was developed to support informed decision-making at various choice points of the knowledge discovery (KD) process. It can be used as a reference by data ...
  • Khan, Z; Keet, CM (Springer-Verlag, 2012-10)
    It has been shown that using a foundational ontology for domain ontology development is beneficial in theory and practice. However, developers have difficulty with choosing the appropriate foundational ontology, and why. ...
  • Keet, CM; Khan, MT; Ghidini, C (2014-11)
    Generic, reusable ontology elements, such as a foundational ontology's categories and part-whole relations, are essential for good and interoperable knowledge representation. Ontology developers, which include domain experts ...
  • Fogwill, T; Alberts, R; Keet, CM (IIMC International Information Management Corporation, 2012-05)
    This paper describes several opportunities to support and enhance Indigenous Knowledge digital repositories through the application of ontologies and semantic web technologies. Several needs for Indigenous Knowledge ...
  • Keet, CM (Springer Verlag, 2013-09)
    The OWL 2 DL ontology language is very expressive and has many features for declaring complex object property expressions. Standard reasoning services for OWL ontologies take these expressions as correct and according to ...
  • Alberts, R; Fogwill, T; Keet, CM (CEUR, 2012-05)
    This paper describes the features required of OWL (Web Ontology Language) to realise and enhance Indigenous Knowledge (IK) digital repositories. Several needs for Indigenous Knowledge management systems (IKMSs) are ...
  • Keet, CM; Fillotrani, PR (MEDI 2013, 2013-09)
    Software interoperability may be achieved by using their respective conceptual data models. However, each model may be represented in a di erent conceptual data modelling language for the tool's purpose or due to legacy ...
  • Keet, CM; Nasubo Ongoma, EA (Australian Computer Society, Inc, 2015-01)
    Representing data that changes over time in conceptual data models is required by various application domains, and requires a language that is expressive enough to fully capture the operational semantics of the time-varying ...
  • Keet, CM; Fillottrani, PR (Springer Verlag, 2013-11)
    Software compatibility and application integration can be achieved using their respective conceptual data models. However, each model may be represented in a different language. While such languages seem similar yet known ...
  • Khan, ZC; Keet, CM (CAIR (Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research), 2013-06)
    A purpose of a foundational ontology is to solve interoperability issues among ontologies. Many foundational ontologies have been developed, reintroducing the ontology interoperability problem. We address this with the new ...
  • Ongoma, EAN; Keet, CM; Meyer, T (2014-07)
    Representing temporal data in conceptual data models and ontologies is required by various application domains. For it to be useful for modellers to represent the information precisely and reason over it, it is essential ...