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[protege-owl] abstract language to describe ontology

emanu.storti at emanu.storti at
Thu Oct 2 08:19:42 PDT 2008

Hi everybody, actually this isn't a question concerning protégé, but I 
hope you can give me an help anyway.
I'm developing an ontology and I 
was thinking about using a formalism to describe it. First of all, I 
would like to define concept, relations, restrictions using this 
language and then I'd like to translate it into OWL language: all this 
in order to have a high level abstract representation of my future owl 
ontology, and also to describe it in my thesis in a human-readable 
syntax (unlike RDF/XML).

1) Should I use some DL abstract language? 

2) What is the most commonly used solution?
2bis) Where can I find some 
resources to learn how to express concepts and logic rules in that 
3) Are there any tools (Protégé plugins, for example) to 
translate from this abstract language into owl?

Thank you in advance,

Emanuele Storti

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