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On an XML and OWL Computer Ontology for the Representation of Mammals in DRC


Eugene MBUYI MUKENDI, Krystelle SHEMATSI BWIRA, Bevi MBELU MUTOBA and Franck MANYA TUNDA

Within the framework of Semantic Web, in this work we implement a XML / OWL ontology for mammals of Virunga National Park in DRC. In Computer and Information Science, ontology is a structured set of concepts that allow providing meaning to various pieces of information. They are particularly used in information systems with complex work logic. Web ontology language OWL provides operational ontologies for the Web; it will be questioned by SPARQL.

Keywords: Ontology, XML, OWL, SPARQL, Mammals

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Eugene MBUYI MUKENDI
University of Kinshasa, Computer Science Department, DR Congo.

Krystelle SHEMATSI BWIRA
University of Kinshasa, Computer Science Department, DR Congo.

Bevi MBELU MUTOBA
University of Kinshasa, Computer Science Department, DR Congo.

Franck MANYA TUNDA
University of Kinshasa, Computer Science Department, DR Congo.


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