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Using Non-Primitive Concept Definitions for Improving DL-based Knowledge Bases
Medical Terminological Knowledge Bases contain a large number of primitive concept definitions. This is due to the large number of natural kinds that are represented, and due to t...
Ronald Cornet, Ameen Abu-Hanna
ICCS
1998
Springer
9 years 8 months ago
Handling Specification Knowledge Evolution Using Context Lattices
Internet-based information technologies have considerable potential for improving collaboration in professional communities. In this paper, we explain the concept of user-driven sp...
Aldo de Moor, Guy W. Mineau
ESWS
2009
Springer
9 years 10 months ago
The Relevance of Reasoning and Alignment Incoherence in Ontology Matching
Abstract. Ontology matching has become an important field of research over the last years. Although many different approaches have been proposed, only few of them are committed t...
Christian Meilicke
IFIP
1994
Springer
9 years 7 months ago
Exploring user interfaces to improve learning outcomes
The concept of information landscapes has been a constant theme in the development of interactive multimedia packages. For the interface and access to this information to be effec...
John G. Hedberg, Barry Harper, Christine Brown, Ro...
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