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Ontologies are a core element of the knowledge management architecture described in 1. In this chapter we describe a methodology for application driven ontology development, covering the whole project lifecycle from the kick off phase to the maintenance phase. Existing methodologies and practical ontology development experiences have in common that they start from the identi cation of the purpose of the ontology and the need for domain knowledge acquisition. They differ in their foci and following steps to be taken. In our approach of the ontology development process, we integrate aspects from existing methodologies and lessons learned from practical experience (as described in the Section 3.7). We put ontology development into a wider organizational context by performing an a priori feasibility study. The feasibility study is based on CommonKADS (cf. Schreiber et al., 1999). We modi ed certain aspects of CommonKADS for a tight integration of the feasibility study into our methodology. The case studies described in later chapters explore a broad spectrum of knowledge management challenges. Each has its own characteristics and usually evaluates only a subset of the generic methodology. The path of an application driven ontology development process is sketched in Figure 3.1. The main stream indicates activities that nally lead to a re ned, evaluated
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