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L’ontologie E-Phy, une base de connaissances pour le catalogue des produits phytopharmaceutiques autorisés en agriculture en France.

Abstract : The development of semantic resources (ontologies, vocabularies, knowledge graphs, etc.) is a key activity to facilitate data integration and interoperability in agriculture. Often, catalogs or official reference lists do not respect the FAIR principles, and do not exist in an RDF format, as in our case, in agriculture, the E-Phy catalog, produced by ANSES, which contains all the plant protection products (phytosanitary) and their uses, fertilizers and growing media authorized in France. In this work, we detail our approach to formalize the E-Phy catalog in the form of an OWL knowledge base consisting of an ontological model, instances and alignments to other ontologies. We show the various issues encountered in this process, and the limitations of the current model, which is still backward compatible with the original database. We also highlight, with a few SPARQL queries, the added value of the E-Phy ontology’s semantics and alignments with queries impossible on the original data.
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Syphax Bouazzouni, Clement Jonquet. L’ontologie E-Phy, une base de connaissances pour le catalogue des produits phytopharmaceutiques autorisés en agriculture en France.. Journées Francophones d'Ingénierie des Connaissances (IC) Plate-Forme Intelligence Artificielle (PFIA'21), Jun 2021, Bordeaux, France. pp.105-112. ⟨emse-03260693⟩

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