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Available now: Volume 15, Issue 1 of Applied Ontology: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Ontological Analysis and Conceptual Modeling
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Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to share with you Volume 16, Issue 1 of Applied Ontology.

The contents from this issue can be accessed below. Also, details are included on how to submit your research to the journal.

Looking forward to working with you.

Kind regards,


Roberta Ferrario

Michael Gruninger


Table of Contents

Volume 16, Issue 1

Research Articles
The Arabic ontology – an Arabic wordnet with ontologically clean content
Jarrar, Mustafa

A systematic literature review on semantic models for IoT-enabled smart campus
Nagowah, Soulakshmee D. | Ben Sta, Hatem | Gobin-Rahimbux, Baby

Identity of historical localities in information systems
Garbacz, Pawel | Szady, Bogumił | Ławrynowicz, Agnieszka

Ontological modeling of manufacturing resources
Sanfilippo, Emilio M. | Terkaj, Walter | Borgo, Stefano


Most Read AO Articles in 2020

Listing articles published only in 2020 so you can read the most popular recent content

Handling Crimes of Omission by reconciling a criminal core ontology with UFO (15:1)
Mário de Oliveira Rodrigues, Cleyton | Bezerra, Camila | Freitas, Fred | Oliveira, Italo

SAREF4health: Towards IoT standard-based ontology-driven cardiac e-health systems (15:3)
Moreira, João | Pires, Luís Ferreira | van Sinderen, Marten | Daniele, Laura | Girod-Genet, Marc

How versioning of terminology systems can be supported by ontological models – a case study on TNM tumor classification (15:1)
Zabka, Susanne | Schulz, Stefan | Brunner, Oliver | Boeker, Martin

Natural necessity: An introductory guide for ontologists (15:1)
Toyoshima, Fumiaki

Physical processes, their life and their history (15:2)
Kassel, Gilles


Call for Papers

As a member of our research community, we would like to invite you to contribute your own work for publication in the journal. Applied Ontology offers contributing authors many benefits, including:

· First class Editorial Board

· Rigorous peer review and speedy manuscript processing

Applied Ontology is indexed in Web of Science has an Impact Factor of 0.852 *, and is also indexed in Scopus. Please see the Abstracting/Indexing information for further details.

View detailed Instructions to Authors.

*Journal Citation Reports (Source: Clarivate, 2020)


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