Australasian Ontology Workshop 2006
|Start||December 4 2006 (iCal)|
|End||December 5 2006|
|Papers due:||September 1 2006|
|Notification:||September 22 2006|
|Camera ready due:||October 6 2006|
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The use of formal ontologies in knowledge systems has many advantages. It allows for an unambiguous specification of the structure of knowledge in a domain, enables knowledge sharing and, as a result, makes it possible to perform automated reasoning about ontologies. In recent years there has been a worldwide increase in the use of ontologies, both in industry and in research laboratories. There is a growing community of researchers in Australia and New Zealand, working on various aspects of ontologies. The primary aim of this workshop is to bring together ontology researchers in the region.