Although OKBC indeed never caught on as a standard, the frame
language in Protégé is derived from the OKBC specification. In the
distant past, we had a plug-in that allowed Protégé and Ontolingua to
talk to one another via OKBC. (01)
On Jun 28, 2007, at 2:22 PM, Pat Hayes wrote: (03)
>> Does anyone know if all the ontology languages
>> and modelling langues conform/support OKBC?
>> -- <http://www.ai.sri.com/~okbc/>http://www.ai.sri.com/~okbc/
> No. OKBC was never widely used or standardized:
> it use seems to have been internal to the
> organizations involved in the DARPA HPKB program.
> The terminology it uses is now somewhat out of
> date, and the presumptions on which it is based
> are also somewhat dated, although they could be
> modified to conform to current usage.
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