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Commercial use of ontology

 
 
Reply Wed 19 Jul, 2017 06:16 pm
Hi there,

I am currently building a database that will be used to manage intellectual assets (both technologies and know-how) throughout their research, development and commercialisation. This involves capturing and representing a large amount of information about each asset including details of protection, development, contracts, revenue etc.

I am exploring the use of an ontology (using Protégé) to represent this knowledge, which would form the base of a wider system with functionalities such as workflow, document storage etc. I was wondering if anyone has heard of any similar uses of ontologies in a commercial setting, and if so: what was it used for, how was it used, was it successful/not successful, etc. Any information would be useful!

Thanks!
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Reply Wed 19 Jul, 2017 07:50 pm
Every time I see the word ontology, I leap to say, no, ongogeny does not recipitulate phyloygeny. But, no, that is not the subject. So disappointing.
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