Vox Populi

Whereas the “Posts most visited recently” in the side bar shows the most visited blog posts over the past 24-48 hours, here you’ll find the top 15 posts of ‘all time’, being from the blog’s start in April ’06 to the latest update on April 5, 2016 (>106,000 views):

  1. Google searches, sneaky Academia.edu, and data duplication (16049)
  2. 72010 SemWebTech lectures 3+4: Ontology engineering Top-down and Bottom-up (9535)
  3. ACM ICPC 2014 solution to problem A – baggage (4145)
  4. Easy widget for keeping track of visited countries (4047)
  5. Multi-tasking or parallel processing? Operating systems versus processing in the brain (4019)
  6. Computer Science with/for Biology and (bio)medicine (2516)
  7. Web 2.0 widgets, travelling (2352)
  8. The complexity of… coffee (1358)
  9. Failing to recognize your own incompetence (1285)
  10. What philosophers say about computer science (1143)
  11. 72010 SemWebTech lectures 1+2: the Web Ontology Languages (1045)
  12. African Wildlife Ontology tutorial ontologies (985)
  13. Tools to access data through an ontology (933)
  14. South African women on leadership in science, technology and innovation (909)
  15. An analysis of culinary evolution (900)

While I’m at the topic, here’s a list of my most cited research articles (h-index ≥ 17 in PoP/Google Scholar, on 17-6-2016; for the latest data and citations, check my profile on Google Scholar):

  1. Keet, C.M. and Artale, A. Representing and Reasoning over a Taxonomy of Part-Whole Relations. Applied Ontology — Special Issue on Ontological Foundations for Conceptual Modelling, IOS Press, 2008, 3(1-2): 91-110.
  2. M. Jarrar, C.M. Keet, and P. Dongilli. Multilingual verbalization of ORM conceptual models and axiomatized ontologies. STARLab Technical Report, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium. February 2006.
  3. Keet, C.M. A Formal Theory of Granularity. PhD Thesis, KRDB Research Centre, Faculty of Computer Science, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy. 2008.
  4. Keet, C.M. Aspects of Ontology Integration. Technical Report, Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland. 2004.
  5. Keet, C.M. A taxonomy of types of granularity. IEEE International Conference on Granular Computing (GrC2006), Atlanta, USA, May 10-12 2006. IEEE Computer Society (ISBN 1-4244-0134-8) / IEEE Xplore, vol 1, 106-111.
  6. Keet, C.M. Part-whole relations in Object-Role Models. 2nd International Workshop on Object-Role Modelling (ORM’06), Montpellier, France, Nov 2-3, 2006. In: OTM Workshops 2005. Meersman, R., Tari, Z., Herrero., P. et al. (Eds.), LNCS 4278. Springer-Verlag, 2006. pp1116-1127.
  7. Keet, C.M. The use of Foundational ontologies in ontology development: an empirical assessment. 8th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC’11), G. Antoniou et al. (Eds.), Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 29 May – 2 June, 2011. Springer LNCS vol. 6643, 321-335.
  8. Keet, C.M. Mapping the Object-Role Modeling language ORM2 into Description Logic language DLRifd. KRDB Research Centre Technical Report KRDB07-2, Faculty of Computer Science, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy. February 15, 2007. 23p. pdf (also as arXiv:cs.LO/0702089v1) and the updated version
  9. Keet, C.M. Factors affecting ontology development in ecology. Data Integration in the Life Sciences 2005 (DILS’05), Ludäscher, B, Raschid, L. (eds.). San Diego, USA, 20-22 July 2005. LNBI 3615, Springer Verlag, 2005. pp46-62.
  10. Keet, C.M. Enhancing comprehension of ontologies and conceptual models through abstractions. 10th Congress of the Italian association of Artificial intelligence (AI*IA’07), Basili, R, and Pazienza, M.T. (eds.). Rome, September 10-13, 2007. Springer LNAI 4733, 814-822.
  11. Keet, C.M. Biological Data and Conceptual Modelling Methods. Journal of Conceptual Modeling, Issue 29, October 2003.
  12. Keet, C.M., Roos, M. and Marshall, M.S. A survey of requirements for automated reasoning services for bio-ontologies in OWL. Third International Workshop OWL: Experiences and Directions (OWLED’07). 6-7 June 2007, Innsbruck, Austria. CEUR-WS Vol-258.
  13. Keet, C.M. Detecting and revising flaws on OWL object property expressions. 18th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (EKAW’12), A. ten Teije et al. (Eds.). Oct 8-12, Galway, Ireland. Springer, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence LNAI 7603, 252-266.
  14. Calvanese, D., Keet, C..M., Nutt, W., Rodriguez-Muro, M., Stefanoni, S. Web-based graphical querying of databases through an ontology: the WONDER system. ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (ACM SAC’10), March 22-26 2010, Sierre, Switzerland. pp 1389-1396.
  15. Keet, C.M., Alberts, R., Gerber, A., Chimamiwa, G. Enhancing web portals with Ontology-Based Data Access: the case study of South Africa’s Accessibility Portal for people with disabilities. Fifth International Workshop OWL: Experiences and Directions (OWLED’08). 26-27 Oct. 2008, Karlsruhe, Germany.
  16. Keet, C.M. Prospects for and issues with mapping the Object-Role Modeling language into DLRifd. 20th International Workshop on Description Logics (DL’07), 8-10 June 2007, Bressanone, Italy. CEUR-WS Vol-250 / (ISBN 978-88-6046-008-5), 331-338.
  17. Keet, C.M. Ontology engineering with rough concepts and instances7th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (EKAW’10), P. Cimiano and H.S. Pinto (Eds.). 11-15 October 2010, Lisbon, Portugal. Springer LNAI 6317, 507-517.
  18. Khan, Z., Keet, C.M..ONSET: Automated Foundational Ontology Selection and Explanation. 18th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management  (EKAW’12), A. ten Teije et al. (Eds.). Oct 8-12, Galway, Ireland. Springer, LNAI vol. 7603, 237-251.

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