- The OPMW ontology
- OPMW is an OPMV, PROV and P-plan extension to model the executions and definitions of scientific workflows.
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- Creation Date
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- LOV page
- See the entry for opmw in LOV
The following evaluation results have been generated by the RESTFul web service provided by OOPS! (OntOlogy Pitfall Scanner!). OOPS! is a software on development, and we will be happy to receive your feedbak. If you notice any issue in the evaluation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is obvious that not all the pitfalls are equally important; their impact in the ontology will depend on multiple factors. For this reason, each pitfall has an importance level attached indicating how important it is. We have identified three levels:
- It is crucial to correct the pitfall. Otherwise, it could affect the ontology consistency, reasoning, applicability, etc.
- Though not critical for ontology function, it is important to correct this type of pitfall.
- It is not really a problem, but by correcting it we will make the ontology nicer.
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