WoMO 2012

6th International Workshop on Modular Ontologies

24 July, Graz, Austria


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Thomas Eiter, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

  1. Distribution and Modularity in Nonmonotonic Logic Programming

Luciano Serafini, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy

  1. Multi context logics: a formal support for structuring knowledge and beliefs

Invited speakers

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WoMO business meeting

9:00 Welcome

9:00 Invited talk

  1. Thomas Eiter, see above

10:00 Coffee break

10:30 Regular presentations

  1. Serge Autexier and Dieter Hutter

  2. Structure Formation to Modularize Ontologies

  3. Christoph Lange, Till Mossakowski and Oliver Kutz

  4. LoLa: A Modular Ontology of Logics, Languages, and Translations

11:30 Discussion time

11:45 Short presentations

  1. Amir Souissi, Walid Chainbi and Khaled Ghedira

  2. Proposal of a New Approach for Ontology Modularization

  3. George A. Vouros and George M. Santipantakis

  4. Distributed Reasoning with EDDLHQ+ SHIQ

12:15 Lunch break

13:45 Invited talk

  1. Luciano Serafini, see above

14:45 Coffee break

15:15 Regular presentations

  1. Sarra Ben Abbes, Andreas Scheuermann, Thomas Meilender and Mathieu D'Aquin

  2. Characterizing Modular Ontologies

  3. Thierry Declerck and Dagmar Gromann

  4. Combining three Ways of Conveying Knowledge: Modularization of Domain, Terminological, and Linguistic Knowledge in Ontologies

  5. Chiara Del Vescovo, Pavel Klinov, Bijan Parsia, Ulrike Sattler, Thomas Schneider and Dmitry Tsarkov

  6. Syntactic vs. Semantic Locality: How Good Is a Cheap Approximation?

16:45 Quick WoMO business meeting (max. 30 minutes)


The proceedings are available online from CEUR.