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'''Richard de Rozario''' will speak on using competency questions to evaluate ontologies.
 
'''Richard de Rozario''' will speak on using competency questions to evaluate ontologies.
  
Fadel, Fox & Gruninger (1993) introduced “competency questions” as one of the criteria to judge the acceptability of an applied ontology.  What, if any, would be competency questions for a foundational (arguably, “philosophical”) ontology?  
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http://eil.utoronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/enterprise-modelling/papers/fadel-wetice94.pdf Fadel, Fox & Gruninger (1994)] introduced “competency questions” as one of the criteria to judge the acceptability of an applied ontology.  What, if any, would be competency questions for a foundational (arguably, “philosophical”) ontology?  
  
 
:Venue: Jeannette Martin Room, 5th Floor, Capen Hall, UB North Campus
 
:Venue: Jeannette Martin Room, 5th Floor, Capen Hall, UB North Campus

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Richard de Rozario will speak on using competency questions to evaluate ontologies.

http://eil.utoronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/enterprise-modelling/papers/fadel-wetice94.pdf Fadel, Fox & Gruninger (1994)] introduced “competency questions” as one of the criteria to judge the acceptability of an applied ontology. What, if any, would be competency questions for a foundational (arguably, “philosophical”) ontology?

Venue: Jeannette Martin Room, 5th Floor, Capen Hall, UB North Campus
Time: Noon, Thursday, September 19

Richard de Rozario is an information systems researcher working at the Hunt Lab for Intelligence Research (University of Melbourne, Australia). His work includes applied ontology research in the defence and intelligence domain. He holds a doctorate in Philosophy (Applied Ontology) from the University of Melbourne, and has previously worked in industry in the areas of information systems and risk analysis