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Engineering an Ontology of Financial Securities Fraud

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Engineering an Ontology of Financial Securities Fraud
Abstract. This paper discusses the approach of ontology-based knowledge engineering in FF POIROT, a project to explore the use of ontology technology in information systems against financial fraud. A fraud forensic ontology is being developed from laws, regulations and cases about illegal solicitation of financial products on the web. The knowledge development is based on the DOGMA ontology paradigm, and the derived ontology engineering methodology AKEM. The regulatory ontology engineering is a multi-disciplinary and distributed team work through a series of tasks and deliverables with emphasis on the traceability of decision making in the development. The machine ontology extraction and a manually constructed bilingual terminological database, is used to support the ontology modelling process.
Gang Zhao, John Kingston, Koen Kerremans, Frederic
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where OTM
Authors Gang Zhao, John Kingston, Koen Kerremans, Frederick Coppens, Ruben Verlinden, Rita Temmerman, Robert Meersman
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