The Distributed Ontology, Model and Specification Language – DOL
The Distributed Ontology, Model and Specification Language (DOL) has been approved as an OMG standard in February 2016 and is now being fianlized. DOL aims at providing a unified metalanguage for
- “as-is” use of ontologies, specifications, and models (OSMs), formulated in a specific language,
- OSMs formalised in heterogeneous logics,
- modular OSMs,
- mappings (interpretations, alignments, refinements, and others) between OSMs,
- networks of OMS and mappings.
Ontohub is a web-based repository engine speaking DOL. In order to upload a DOL file to Ontohub, go to some repository. Both in the 'Ontologies' tab and in the 'Ontology files and related files', you can upload a new ontology, which can also be a DOL file.
- current version of the DOL standard motivation, glossary, uses cases, examples, and formal definition of DOL
- DOL manifesto (2015) overview of DOL syntax and semantics, with examples
- Ontology Patterns with DOWL: The Case of Blending DOL for OWL users
- invited paper about DOL (2013) overview of DOL syntax, with examples
- The Heterogneous Tool Set (Hets) parsing, static analysis and proof management for DOL
- Ontohub a web-based ontology, model and specification repository engine
- emacs mode for DOL