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OWLED 2008
OWL: Experiences and Directions

Proceedings of the Fifth OWLED Workshop on OWL: Experiences and Directions
Collocated with the 7th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC-2008)
Karlsruhe, Germany, October 26-27, 2008.

Edited by

Catherine Dolbear*
Alan Ruttenberg**
Uli Sattler***

* Ordnance Survey, UK
** Science Commons, Cambridge, USA
*** University of Manchester, UK

Table of Contents

Long Papers

  1. Conjunctive Query Answering in EL using a Database System
    Carsten Lutz, David Toman and Frank Wolter
  2. Quantities in OWL
    Bijan Parsia and Michael Smith
  3. Enhancing Web Portals with Ontology-Based Data Access: The Case Study of South Africa's Accessibility Portal for People with Disabilities
    C. Maria Keet, Ronell Alberts, Aurona Gerber and Gibson Chimamiwa
  4. OWLlink: DIG for OWL 2
    Thorsten Liebig, Marko Luther, Olaf Noppens, Mariano Rodriguez, Diego Calvanese, Michael Wessel, Matthew Horridge, Sean Bechhofer, Dmitry Tsarkov and Evren Sirin
  5. The OWL of Biomedical Investigations
    Melanie Courtot, William Bug, Frank Gibson, Allyson L. Lister, James Malone, Daniel Schober, Ryan Brinkman and Alan Ruttenberg
  6. Literate, Active OWL Ontologies
    Bijan Parsia
  7. ACE View --- an Ontology and Rule Editor based on Attempto Controlled English
    Kaarel Kaljurand
  8. Owlgres: A Scalable OWL Reasoner
    Markus Stocker and Michael Smith
  9. The OWL in the CASL - Designing Ontologies Across Logics
    Oliver Kutz, Dominik Luecke, Till Mossakowski and Immanuel Normann
  10. Managing Change: An Ontology Version Control System
    Timothy Redmond, Michael Smith, Nick Drummond and Tania Tudorache
  11. HermiT: A Highly-Efficient OWL Reasoner
    Rob Shearer, Boris Motik and Ian Horrocks
  12. What Causes Pneumonia? The Case for a Standard Semantics for "may" in OWL
    Alan Rector, Robert Stevens and Nick Drummond
  13. Situational Modeling: Defining Molecular Roles in Biochemical Pathways and Reactions
    Michel Dumontier
  14. Opening, Closing Worlds - On Integrity Constraints
    Evren Sirin, Michael Smith and Evan Wallace
  15. InfixOWL: An Idiomatic Interface for OWL
    Chimezie Ogbuji
  16. Judging Amy: Automated Legal Assessment using OWL 2
    Saskia van de Ven, Rinke Hoekstra, Joost Breuker, Lars Wortel and Abdallah El-Ali
  17. Probabilistic Modeling and OWL: A User Oriented Introduction to P-SHIQ(D)
    Pavel Klinov and Bijan Parsia
  18. Understanding Entailments in OWL
    Matthew Horridge, Johannes Bauer, Bijan Parsia, and Ulrike Sattler
  19. Easy Keys for OWL
    Bijan Parsia, Ulrike Sattler, and Thomas Schneider
  20. Modeling ontologies using OWL, Description Graphs, and Rules
    Boris Motik, Bernardo Cuenca Grau, Ian Horrocks, and Ulrike Sattler

Short Papers

  1. When DL-Lite met OWL...
    Claudio Corona, Emma Di Pasquale, Antonella Poggi, Marco Ruzzi and Domenico Fabio Savo
  2. The SWRLAPI: A Development Environment for Working with SWRL Rules
    Martin O'Connor, Ravi Shankar, Mark Musen, Amar Das and Csongor I Nyulas
  3. Using OWL DL Reasoning to decide about authorization in RBAC
    Martin Knechtel, Jan Hladik and Frithjof Dau
  4. GO faster ChEBI with Reasonable Biochemistry
    Duncan Hull
  5. Augmenting the Expressivity of the Ontology Pre-Processor Language
    Luigi Iannone, Mikel Egaña, Alan Rector and Robert Stevens
  6. Calculations in OWL
    Luigi Iannone and Alan Rector
  7. Annotated Literals for Standard Units of Measurement
    Ryan Blace and Andrew Perez-Lopez
  8. SKOS with OWL: Don't be Full-ish!
    Simon Jupp, Sean Bechhofer and Robert Stevens
  9. A Family History Knowledge Base Using OWL 2
    Robert Stevens and Margaret Stevens
  10. Towards an Open Framework for Ontology Based Data Access with Protégé and DIG 1.1
    Mariano Rodriguez and Diego Calvanese
  11. Web-Protege: A Lightweight OWL Ontology Editor for the Web
    Tania Tudorache, Jennifer Vendetti and Natalya Noy
  12. Use of OWL 2 to Facilitate a Biomedical Knowledge Base Extracted from the GENIA Corpus
    Rafal Rak, Lukasz Kurgan and Marek Reformat
  13. Representing Product Designs Using a Description Graph Extension to OWL 2
    Henson Graves
  14. Characterizing and Detecting Integrity Issues in OWL Instance Data
    Jiao Tao, Li Ding, Jie Bao and Deborah McGuinness
  15. Pellint - A Performance Lint Tool for Pellet
    Harris Lin and Evren Sirin
  16. Barriers to the use of OWL in Knowledge Driven Applications
    Alan Rector and Robert Stevens
  17. OWL Support for (Some) Non-Deductive Scenarios of Ontology Usage
    Vojtech Svatek, Miroslav Vacura, Martin Ralbovsky, Ondrej Svab-Zamazal and Bijan Parsia
  18. A Call for an Abductive Reasoning Feature in OWL-Reasoning Tools toward Ontology Quality Control
    Michael Bada, Chris Mungall, and Lawrence Hunter

19-Jan-2009: submitted by Uli Sattler
19-Jan-2009: published on CEUR-WS.org