Open Ontology Repository. Ken Baclawski College of Computer and Information Science Northeastern University. OOR Charter. Promote the global use and sharing of ontologies by: establishing a hosted registry-repository
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Open Ontology Repository
College of Computer and Information Science
The Clickable Web
Distributed Data Sets
All types of artifacts on the ontology spectrum:
Quality is a major concern
Emphasized at the Ontology Summit 2008
Ontologies are similar to standards and publications
A mechanism for review is necessary
Ensures minimum level of quality
Allows for many policies and workflows
Provenance and other metadata
Related to policy issues
Ontology ownership and access control
Gatekeeping policies and enforcement
Should there be overall policies or left to individual repositories?
How are they constituted?
How can they interoperate?