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From: AAAI Technical Report WS-02-11. Compilation copyright © 2002, AAAI (www.aaai.org). All rights reserved.
Ontologies and
the Semantic Web
Papers from the AAAI Workshop
Technical Report WS-02-11
AAAI Press
American Association for Artificial Intelligence
Ontologies and
the Semantic Web
Papers from the AAAI Workshop
Adam Pease, Chair
Technical Report WS-02-11
AAAI Press
Menlo Park, California
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WS-02-11
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AAAI Press
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ISBN 1-57735-164-9
WS-02-11
Organizing Committee
Adam Pease (chair), Teknowledge, Inc.
Richard Fikes, Stanford University
James Hendler, University of Maryland
This AAAI–02 Workshop was held July 29, 2002,
in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Contents
Statements of Interest / viix
Mapping Ontologies into Cyc / 1
Stephen L. Reed and Douglas B. Lenat
The Suggested Upper Merged Ontology: A Large Ontology
for the Semantic Web and its Applications / 7
Adam Pease, Ian Niles, and John Li
Lexical Databases as a Base for Broad Coverage Ontologies /11
Pavel Smrz
Merging Top Level Ontologies for Scientific Knowledge Management / 16
John Kingston
Haystack: A Platform for Creating, Organizing and
Visualizing Using RDF / 22
David Quan, David Huynh, and Dennis Karger
A Reusable Time Ontology / 35
Richard Fikes and Qing Zhou
Ontology Analysis for the Semantic Web / 41
Mala Mehrotra
Using Domain Ontologies for Online Learning / 52
Raymund Sison
Linking Sensed Images to an Ontology of Obstacles to
Aid in Autonomous Driving / 56
Craig Schlenoff
LCW-Based Agent Planning for the Semantic Web / 63
Jeff Heflin and Hector Muñoz-Avila