Conceptual Structures: Knowledge Architectures for Smart Applications: 15th International Conference on Conceptual Structures, ICCS 2007, Sheffield, UK, July 22-27, 2007, Proceedings

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Researchers and professionals in the relevant fields will find this book a must-read, as it defines the leading edge of current research into conceptual structures. It constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Conceptual Structures, held in Sheffield, UK in July 2007. With almost 50 papers contained in its 500 pages, it includes a special focus on the application of conceptual structures in business and technological settings and is organized into topical sections for ease of ...

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Researchers and professionals in the relevant fields will find this book a must-read, as it defines the leading edge of current research into conceptual structures. It constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Conceptual Structures, held in Sheffield, UK in July 2007. With almost 50 papers contained in its 500 pages, it includes a special focus on the application of conceptual structures in business and technological settings and is organized into topical sections for ease of reference.

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Invited Papers.- An Introduction to Conceptual Graphs.- Trikonic Inter-Enterprise Architectonic.- Hypermedia Discourse: Contesting Networks of Ideas and Arguments.- Dynamic Epistemic Logic and Knowledge Puzzles.- Peirce on Icons and Cognition.- Conceptual Graphs.- Using Cognitive Archetypes and Conceptual Graphs to Model Dynamic Phenomena in Spatial Environments.- A Datatype Extension for Simple Conceptual Graphs and Conceptual Graphs Rules.- A Knowledge Management Optimization Problem Using Marginal Utility in a Metric Space with Conceptual Graphs.- Conceptual Graphs as Cooperative Formalism to Build and Validate a Domain Expertise.- An Inferential Approach to the Generation of Referring Expressions.- A Conceptual Graph Description of Medical Data for Brain Tumour Classification.- A Conceptual Graph Based Approach to Ontology Similarity Measure.- A Comparison of Different Conceptual Structures Projection Algorithms.- A Conceptual Graph Approach to Feature Modeling.- From Conceptual Structures to Semantic Interoperability of Content.- Formal Concept Analysis.- Faster Concept Analysis.- The Design Space of Information Presentation: Formal Design Space Analysis with FCA and Semiotics.- Reducing the Representation Complexity of Lattice-Based Taxonomies.- An FCA Perspective on n-Distributivity.- Towards a Semantology of Music.- Analysis of the Publication Sharing Behaviour in BibSonomy.- The MILL – Method for Informal Learning Logistics.- Bilingual Word Association Networks.- Using FCA for Encoding Closure Operators into Neural Networks.- Conceptual Structures.- Arc Consistency Projection: A New Generalization Relation for Graphs.- Mining Frequent Closed Unordered Trees Through Natural Representations.- Devolved Ontology for Smart Applications.- Historical and Conceptual Foundation of Diagrammatical Ontology.- Learning Common Outcomes of Communicative Actions Represented by Labeled Graphs.- Belief Flow in Assertion Networks.- Conceptual Fingerprints: Lexical Decomposition by Means of Frames – a Neuro-cognitive Model.- Constants and Functions in Peirce’s Existential Graphs.- Revelator Game of Inquiry: A Peircean Challenge for Conceptual Structures in Application and Evolution.- Short Papers.- Helping System Users to Be Smarter by Representing Logic in Transaction Frame Diagrams.- Quo Vadis, CS? – On the (non)-Impact of Conceptual Structures on the Semantic Web.- A Framework for Analyzing and Testing Overlapping Requirements with Actors in Conceptual Graphs.- Implementation of SPARQL Query Language Based on Graph Homomorphism.- Cooperative CG-Wrappers for Web Content Extraction.- Conceptual Graphs and Ontologies for Information Retrieval.- Representation Levels Within Knowledge Representation.- Supporting Lexical Ontology Learning by Relational Exploration.- Characterizing Implications of Injective Partial Orders.- DVDSleuth: A Case Study in Applied Formal Concept Analysis for Navigating Web Catalogs.- Navigation in Knowledge-Based System for Helpdesk Based on FCA.- Functorial Properties of Formal Concept Analysis.- Towards an Ontology to Conceptualize Solution Analysis Tasks in CSCL Environments.

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