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[protege-owl] OWLAPI or Jena
babarathotmail at yahoo.com
Sun Feb 22 12:52:49 PST 2009
Hi to all & thanK you Cedric,
I want to stick with OWL as I have spent quite a bit part of my time on it till now, sw port may be a good option to transfer data to C++ from Java.
Can you kindly refer me which framework should I use, OWLAPI or Jena prvided that I have to use ontology in ubiquitous environment & it will have to respond to dynamic contents.
Thanks you in advance for any kind of help
Babar Shahzad Chaudary,
Deptt of Information Processing
University of Oulu, Finland.
From: Cedric Peeters <cedric.peeters at fundp.ac.be>
To: User support for the Protege-OWL editor <protege-owl at mailman.stanford.edu>
Sent: Monday, February 16, 2009 2:48:02 PM
Subject: Re: [protege-owl] Ontology in ubiquitus domain
I'm not aware of a library or a framework allowing to use ontology in
C++ as Jena or OWLAPI can do in Java.
I think you'll need to work in RDF instead of Ol if you want to use
C++. Or could implement the ontology access with Java and then use JNI
(or something else) to interact with you C++ application.
I'll send you a link for showing you how ontologies are used in a system.
babar shahzad <babarathotmail at yahoo.com> a écrit :
> Hi all,
> Can anybody forward me a link which can have a bit detailed info
> about how ontologies are used in a system, ubiquitous environment
> preferably. I mean once we have developed an ontology, then
> afterward how we use ontology to answer queries.
> Almost all people I have seen here in protege forum asking problems
> with Java applications, but I have to work in C++, so any related
> source will be very helpful for me.
> Thank you in advance for any kind of help.
> Babar Shahzad Chaudary,
> Deptt of Information Processing
> University of Oulu, Finland.
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