OWL

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OWLOnline Writing Lab
OWLOverwatch League (gaming clan)
OWLWeb Ontology Language (W3C)
OWLOpening the World of Learning (curriculum)
OWLOstwestfalen-Lippe (German region)
OWLOur Whole Lives (Unitarian Universalist youth groups)
OWLOlympic Weightlifting (sport)
OWLOlder Women's League (Washington, DC)
OWLOngoing Weight Loss (Atkins diet)
OWLOrthopaedic Web Links
OWLOpen Windows Library
OWLWeb Ontology Language
OWLOxford Wireless Lan
OWLOutpost Firewall
OWLOther Wooded Land (classification)
OWLOntology Web Language
OWLOutdoor Webelos Leader (Boy Scouts)
OWLObject Windows Library
OWLOnline Web Library
OWLOverwhelmingly Large Telescope
OWLOrdinary Wizarding Level (Harry Potter books)
OWLOrganization-Wide Learning
OWLObsessed With Learning
OWLOptical Wallet Light (magnifier)
OWLOutlined White Letters (Refers to outlined white-letters on the sidewalls of certain tires)
OWLOrbiting Wide-Angle Light Collector
OWLOmaha Worship Leaders (Omaha, NE)
OWLObfuscated Weird Language (character-based language interpreter)
OWLOutdoors Without Limits
OWLOpen-Wire Line
OWLOpen Space, Water Resource Protection and Land Use
OWLOperator Wireless and Line
OWLObstacle Warning Laser
OWLOrder of the White Lotus (animated TV show Avatar: The Last Airbender)
OWLOlder & Wiser Lutheran
OWLOnline with Laura (golf)
OWLOne Way Landers
OWLObject Work List (programming)
OWLOutstanding Working List (manufacturing)
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The ontology rule was written by Ontology Web Language (OWL) and its architecture is composed of four layers as shown in figure 5.
To provide semantic descriptions to Web services, some authors have investigated the area of semantic Web services and have proposed different languages such as OWL-S (Ontology Web Language for services) [10], WSMO (Web Service Modelling Ontology) [11], WSDL-S (Web Service Description Language Semantics) [12], among others.
Concretamente, las ontologias se expresan en este trabajo utilizando el Ontology Web Language (OWL) (Web Ontology Working Group, 2004), que es el "de facto" estandar.
DAML+OIL [29], which is the most popular used language and has the goal of exploiting the power and flexibility of XML as a framework for the construction of specialist ontologies (XML is the universal format for structured documents and data on the World Wide Web) and part of a standardization effort in the attempt to create the Ontology Web Language (OWL) [29].
The Semantic Web Activity group also released in March the first version of the requirements for the Ontology Web Language (OWL) 1.0 specification.
An Ontology Web Language Notation of the Industry Foundation Classes.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has formally recommended the Resource Description Framework (RDF) (Lassila and Swick 1999) for building web-compatible structured semantic descriptions and the Ontology Web Language (OWL) (Dean et al.
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