But we are facing a issue, because - by lack of available software component - it is very difficult to conciliate both :
- A ontology-driven knowledge acquisition process
- Make this knowledge acquisition thanks to a web interface (and in the better case with a ontology-driven web interface)
We are currently looking for a solution which could allows us to acquire knowledge, both :
- thanks to a web interface (because our end-users are not comfortable with tools like Protégé, and they want to work in a full web environment)
-according a ontology-driven approach (because we need to build strongly structured knowledge bases, because we are exploiting those KB with a "Semantic Cartography" paradigm as described here : http://www.topincs.com/SemanticCartography/1345)
ðBut most of the projects / tools are no more active, or not compliant with OWL ontology, or not suitable with ours requirements (Cf in "PS"), …
From our point of view, the topic “Ontology-Driven Knowledge Acquisition thanks to a Ontology-Driven Web Interface” is really a key issue for ontology-driven application,
BUT there is no really “standard”, “high level” (by W3C, OMG, …) initiative in order to address this issue.
Well, I wonder if some group members are sharing this point of view and/or if some of you are interested to make this topic more "visible" for the SW community ? And also if this group could "host" such a initiative ?
PS : For information, we are especially sensible with orientations described :
ðIn short by a web interface driven both by the domain ontology AND a “interface ontology” (i.e. representation / visualization ontology … something close to the approach proposed by VISO : http://www-st.inf.tu-dresden.de/smtvis/blog/)