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Issues Raised by the Panelists of the What is the Role of Ontologies in Performance Evaluation? Panel - Discussion at the PerMIS Conference

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Author(s)

E Dawidowicz, Michael Gruninger, L Pouchard, Craig I. Schlenoff, Lawrence A. Welsch, A Meystel

Abstract

At the Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems (PerMIS) conference held at NIST in August, 2002, a panel discussion was held entitled What is the Role of Ontologies in Performance Evaluation? Each panelist was asked to submit a one-page write-up focusing on the issues they perceived in using ontologies for performance evaluation. This report contains those write-ups.
Proceedings Title
PerMIS '02
Conference Location
, USA

Keywords

intelligent systems, ontologies, performance metric, PerMIS

Citation

Dawidowicz, E. , Gruninger, M. , Pouchard, L. , Schlenoff, C. , Welsch, L. and Meystel, A. (2002), Issues Raised by the Panelists of the What is the Role of Ontologies in Performance Evaluation? Panel - Discussion at the PerMIS Conference, PerMIS '02, , USA (Accessed May 19, 2024)

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Created April 30, 2002, Updated October 12, 2021