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Hozo is a graphical ontology editor especially created to produce heavy-weight ontologies.[1] It was developed in Japan through a partnership between the Department of Knowledge Systems (Mizoguchi Laboratory), ISIR-Osaka University, and Enegate Co, Ltd.


  1. ^ Mizoguchi R., Sunagawa E., Kozaki K. and Kitamura Y. (2007) "A Model of Roles within an Ontology Development Tool: Hozo" Journal of Applied Ontology, 2(2):159-179.

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