Signifying ontology complexity for knowledge sharing
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Ontologies are used in widespread application areas particularly to provide a shared semantically domain knowledge in a declarative formalism for intelligent reasoning. Even ontology enables knowledge sharing however complexity of knowledge being conceptualized in the ontology is critical to the success of knowledge sharing efforts. Other factor like trust in the source of knowledge can also affect knowledge transfer. In this paper we propose metrics to measure the complexity of ontology for knowledge sharing. We have chosen Software Engineering Ontology as our case study.
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