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[protege-discussion] Ontology

Ashik Chandra achandra at
Tue Oct 14 10:12:06 PDT 2008

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Csongor Nyulas <csongor.nyulas at> 
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Re: [protege-discussion] Ontology

Hi Aashique,

The answer to your question is: depends on your problem.

Using ontologies can be useful in many domains, but you have to 
understand that using an ontology just for the sake of it does not make 
too much sense. After you understand what ontologies are and what is 
your problem you try to solve, you can investigate whether or not 
ontologies can be useful for you.
If you know nothing or very little about ontologies maybe you should 
start with reading the wikipedia entry on this topic
and following the pointers of interest from there. The following article 
is also very good:

If you are in doubt how to apply ontologies by using Protege, you can 
find very good help in the Protege website's documentation section:

I hope this helps,

Aashique wrote:
> Hello,
> Would somebody please explain to me How to apply ontology once it is
> created?  I just started working in this field and would appreciate 
> Thanks,
> Aashique

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