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ready Ontology of General Purpose Datatypes

Abbreviation: OntoDT

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This ontology contains entities such as: datatype, datatype generator, datatype quality and others giving the possibility to represent arbitrary complex datatypes. This is an important fact for a general data mining ontology that wants to represent and query over modeling algorithms for mining structured data. The ontology was first developed under the OntoDM (Ontology of Data Mining is available at ontology, but for generality and reuse purpose it was decided to export it as a separate ontology. Additionally, the OntoDT ontology is based on and ISO/IEC 11404 ( standard and can be reused used independently by any domain ontology that requires representation and reasoning about general purpose datatypes.

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Generic ontology of datatypes

PančePanova, Larisa N. Soldatovad, Sašo Džeroskiabc
Information Sciences 2016

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