This article highlights the importance of ontological documentation as a key in the reuse of ontologies, focusing the biodiversity domain. The information content of the ontologies Biodiversity and Living Element was evaluated, taking into account three parameters: The ontologies documentation (semantic annotations), vocabulary validity and taxonomic riguor. It was found that the revised ontologies do not document the purpose, level of formality, scope, users, and uses of the ontology. These have very few natural language annotations for classes, properties, axioms and instances; there is low coincidence between the modeling vocabulary and the domain corpus. This analysis allows concluding that in the ontological development context is necessary more emphasis on the ontological documentation phase as a key to the reuse of ontologies
Los datos de descargas todavía no están disponibles.