Avaliação da Ontologia Criminal Dirigida por Humanos
Ontology refers to a set of fundamental concepts and relationships, able to identify how people interpret the situation. In the field of risk management, ontology provides the development of inference models that assist in the perception and construction of better decision-making in critical situations, especially when they relate to areas that involve lives human, environmental and heritage. However, ways to evaluate the characteristics of the classes, properties, axioms, efficiency and objectivity of the ontologies are necessary to ensure a better representativeness of the information, and also, if it is fulfilling the ontological commitment And clearly transparently the information related to the domain to which it belongs. This article aims to present the process of evaluation of the human-driven ontology Brazilian crime ontology, in order to ascertain the fulfillment of its objectives related to the criminal domain, specifically in the semantic construction of crime situations, in case of robbery and theft.
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