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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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. In order to solve this problem, a comprehensive set of criteria that influence foundational ontology selection has been compiled and the values for each parameter determined for DOLCE, BFO, GFO, and SUMO. This paper-based analysis is transformed into an easily extensibledoi:10.1007/978-3-642-33876-2_22 fatcat:ftpnelfclbgqhbqi53ynmxru54