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Revision as of 12:39, August 20, 2007


Version 3.0
Last update November 30, 2006
Download PROMPT 3.0
Compatible Protege Version


The following dependencies exist for PROMPT 3.0:

not available


see page for details

Changelog Details

  • Mapping mode: create a mapping between two ontologies, and execute the mapping using a mapping interpreter
    • Make sure to check out the page on ConfiguringPromptProjects
  • Plug-in architecture: plug in your own mapping algorithms for initial comparison of ontologies or your own user interface components
    • For developers: developing plugins for Prompt
    • Available Prompt plug-ins (these plugins are installed when you install Prompt):
      • CogZ: use Jambalaya-style visualizations for mappings
      • FOAM in Prompt: use the FOAM algorithm for mapping
      • Synonyms: if you have synonyms for your terms, have Prompt use synonyms in creating lexical mappings

Important notice: the Prompt build available with the Protege download (Protege 3.2 beta, build 331) has a bug in the FOAM plug-in to Prompt. Unfortunately, due to some recent hardware difficulties, we are unable to run a new Protege build at this time. Thus, if you would like to try out the FOAM plug-in for Prompt, you will need to do the following:

  • Download an updated version of the Prompt FOAM plug-in.
  • Navigate to the Prompt plug-ins directory: <protege-install-dir>/plugins/edu.stanford.smi.protegex.prompt/plugins.
  • Replace the folder entitled "edu.stanford.smi.protegex.foamplugin" in this directory with the one you just downloaded and unzipped.