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[protege-discussion] An Ontology Model For any Organization

Biswanath Dutta dutta2005 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 13:40:59 PDT 2009


Dear Mehdi Amani,
                     You can look onto this Institutional Ontology here (
http://drtc.isibang.ac.in/~bisu/ontology/instOntology.owl). I made it for
Educational Institutes. Also some queries you can find here (
http://drtc.isibang.ac.in/~bisu/ontology/query.txt) written in SPARQL.

With regards,
Bisu



2009/4/1 Mehdi Amani <mehdi_amani at yahoo.com>

> Dear All,
> I need an Ontology for a General Organization. I know any organization is
> made up of actually a number of (or even One) Directed Binary Emloyee to
> EmployeeS upervision Relation, but this is really too simplistic. even in
> the Newspaper example of protege they start defining classes, other
> relations even person, then you will have users, groups, Reverse Slots &
> .....Even if we assume a virtual box around a set of employees inside the
> Newpaper Organizational Charts We can have Departements & so on...... I was
> Wondering if any one has done a ontology model for a typical Organization,
> which could be refined to build ontology of a University all the way to then
> Newpaper example. If anyone has done such a modeling even at it's crwedest
> level I will apriciated highly to share thier knowledge . any help is
> greatly appreciated.
>
>
> SincerelyMehdi Amani
>
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