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mjaved at computing.dcu.ie
Thu Apr 16 02:55:21 PDT 2009
I have added Change View Plugin but I really don't know how to load two
separate ontologies and view difference between them. Is there any
tutorial for it? or any step by step instructions?
What I can view is only changes which has been occured in a loaded
ontology from the startup of protege.
> We also have a *very* simple diff view plugin for p4  that literally
> shows the axioms that are unique to each ontology.
>  http://code.google.com/p/co-ode-owl-plugins/wiki/ChangeView
> 2009/4/15 Thomas Schneider <schneidt at cs.man.ac.uk>
>> Hi Muhammad,
>> as for (1), you might get an answer from the developers of PromptDiff
>> on the Protégé-OWL mailing list.
>> As for (2) and (3), the answers very much depend on what exactly you
>> want to compare. Are you interested in knowing whether two ontologies
>> contain the same set of axioms? Strictly or subject to structural
>> transformation? Or do you want to know whether two ontologies are
>> equivalent, i.e., have the same entailments? The latter is a very
>> difficult task; it's even undecidable for most description logics. An
>> efficient algorithm has only been found for ontologies in the profile
>> EL, see .
>> I know of a tool that is being developed by Ernesto Jimenez Ruiz and
>> others, which aims at providing a content management system for
>> ontologies, similarly to CVS/SVN. I believe it contains some diffing
>> as well. Please have a look at Ernesto's webpage .
>> Hope this helps
>>  Boris Konev, Dirk Walther, and Frank Wolter: The logical
>> difference problem for description logic terminologies, Proceedings of
>> Paper and extended report under
>>  http://krono.act.uji.es/people/Ernesto/contentcvs
>> On 15 Apr 2009, at 16:30, Muhammad Javed wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > A little bit help required
>> > so far I have knowledge, application for comaparing two ontologies is
>> > available only in old versions of Protege (protege 3.3.1 etc.)
>> > 1) Is JavaDoc for PromptDiff available to download, which one can
>> > use to
>> > understand methods and classes of Java. ? As I could only find java
>> > source
>> > file.
>> > 2) any guidelines/Tutorials for implementation of PromptDiff in your
>> > own
>> > tool.
>> > 3) Is there any other plugin available which compares two versions of
>> > ontology ?
>> > Regards
>> > --
>> > Muhammad Javed
>> > Phd Research Student
>> > Centre for Next Generation Localisation (CNGL)
>> > Dublin City University, Dublin 09, Ireland
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