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Ontology is a formal structured presentation of any number of concepts and their respective relationships to each other. The ontology describes the knowledge with help of standardized terminology, meaning of individual concepts and semantic relations between the terms. All information in ontology forms a kind of network for representing knowledge. This knowledge can be used in different ways, for example in informational retrieval, artificial intelligence, the Semantic Web, software engineering, biomedical informatics, library science, and so on.

Standards dealing with this topic:
  1. Suggested Upper Merged Ontology
  2. OpenCyc
  3. Basic Formal Ontology
  4. Upper Mapping and Binding Exchange Layer
  5. General Ontology for Linguistic Description
  6. Distributed Ontology Language
  7. SIMPLE Core Ontology
  8. DARPA Agent Markup Language + Ontology Integration Language
  9. Ontologies of Linguistic Annotation
  10. Flora-2
  11. Descriptive Ontology for Linguistic and Cognitive Engineering
  12. Ontology Integration and Interoperability
  13. Web Ontology Language
  14. Semantic Web Rule Language Combining OWL and RuleML