Abstract—Ontology engineering is gaining a lot of focus due to the rapid technological development including the emergence of semantic web technology. The idea behind semantic Web is to create a web of data that can easily be shared, accessed and even transformed over a global scale independently of any application or domain. Descriptions logics achieve the goals of semantic web through providing a logical formalism for developed ontologies. SROIQ (D) represents the description logic underlying OWL2. In this paper we present the mapping rules from a rich graphical conceptual modeling technique called ORM2 to SROIQ (D).
—ORM2, OWL2, semantic web, SROIQ (D)
Heba M. Wagih and Doaa S. ElZanfaly are with the British University in Egypt (e-mail: Heba.wageeh@ bue.edu.eg, Doaa.elzanfaly@ bue.edu.eg).
Mohamed M. Kouta is with the Arab Academy for Science and Technology (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Heba M. Wagih, Doaa S. ElZanfaly, and Mohamed M. Kouta, "Mapping Object Role Modeling 2 Schemes into SROIQ (D) Description Logic," International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering
vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 232-237, 2013.