tir. 24. jan.|
Ontology – a language connecting humans and computers
While humans can make use of contexts to correctly interpret a message this is not so easy for a computer. We have learnt since childhood how to distinguish between the bark of a dog and the bark of a tree, a computer needs help to correctly set context and understand how words are related to ...
Time & Location
24. jan., 08:00 – 08:45 CET
About the Event
... each other. Well developed ontologies are the solution for providing humans and computers a well defined language that can be used for making data interoperable, i.e. make the data available and understandable (within a specific framework).
The presentation will outline what ontologies are and how they can be used to achieve interoperability. The basis of the EMMO (Elemental Multiperspective Materials Ontology) and how it is constructed to be particularly useful for the sciences will the explained. Examples of domain ontologies will be shown with examples on how they are used. Development of domain ontologies require good collaboration between domain experts and ontologists, and we encourage suggestions for needs and collaborations with fields related to DigiPro and beyond.
Presented by Jesper Friis, Senior Research Scientist, and Francesca Lønstad Bleken, Research Scientist, SINTEF Industry