ITcon Vol. 15, pg. 108-110, http://www.itcon.org/2010/7

Editorial - Bringing Urban Ontologies into Practice

submitted:July 2009
published:February 2010
authors:Jacques Teller,
Université de Liège - LEMA
Jacques.Teller@ulg.ac.be

Roland Billen, Professor
Unité de Géomatique, University of Liège, B
rbillen@ulg.ac.be

Anne-Francoise Cutting-Decelle, Professor
Ecole Centrale de Lille / Laboratoire de Génie Industriel de Lille, F
afcd@ec-lille.fr
summary:The main objective of the European COST C21 Action was to increase the knowledge and promote the use of ontologies in the domain of urban development, in the view of facilitating the communications between information systems, stakeholders and urban experts at a European level. This special issue of IT-CON consists in a selection of the best papers presented during the final conference of this COST Action. It provides an overview of the main themes addressed during this research and introduces different approaches for developing and maintaining urban ontologies.
keywords:Ontologies, Urban development, Urban knowledge bases.
full text: (PDF file, 0.115 MB)
citation:Teller J, Billen R, Cutting-Decelle A-F (2010). Editorial - Bringing Urban Ontologies into Practice, ITcon Vol. 15, Special issue Bringing urban ontologies into practice, pg. 108-110, http://www.itcon.org/2010/7