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Education: Introduction to Implementing Ontologies in the Web Ontology Language (OWL)
Submitted by George Moulton; posted on Wednesday, June 12, 2013
July 24-25, 2013
University of Manchester, UK
http://owl.cs.manchester.ac.uk/

BioHealth Informatics group at the University of Manchester are pleased to invite you to participate in their internationally renowned OWL Ontology tutorials. This two-day introductory `hands-on' workshop aims to provide attendees with both the theoretical foundations and practical experience to begin building OWL ontologies using the latest version of the Protégé-OWL tools (Protege4). It is based on Manchester's well-known "Pizza tutorial" (see [link]).

This tutorial will cover the main conceptual parts of the Web Ontology Language (OWL) through the hands-on building of an ontology focusing on pizzas and their ingredients. A series of practical exercises take attendees through the process of conceptualizing the toppings found on a pizza; the entry of this classification into the Protégé environment; the description of many types of pizza. All this is set in the context of using automatic reasoning to check the consistency of the growing ontology and to use the reasoner to make queries about pizzas.

REGISTRATION:
In total there are 15 places. The cost of the course is GBP 200 per day. To register, please email Dr. Georgina Moulton (georgina.moulton[at]manchester.ac.uk) prior to July 18 2013. Payment options will be returned to you following reservation.

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