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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
For more than a decade, ontologies have been proposed as a means to enable sharing and reuse of knowledge. While originally relatively narrow information landscapes have been in mind (e.g., knowledge sharing between a few expert systems) the application areas proposed nowadays (e.g., organizational knowledge management or the Semantic Web) are rather broad and open. From abstract considerations about the distributed nature of knowledge as well as from observation of actual (human) ontologydoi:10.1007/978-3-540-30202-5_2 fatcat:6raoxiddfvcsxk5f54kmamja5q