OWL, Protégé, and Pizza

Just coming back from a three-day short course on modeling ontologies with Protégé in Vienna and I can’t get pizza out of my mind. Thanks to the Stanford Protégé team I learned how to model an ontology of the Italian signature dish in OWL. OWL is a W3C standard to describe the logical model of a domain, its concepts and properties, including constraints and relations. This can be done for every domain that comes to mind of course. But still, pizza it was.

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