Semantic Knowledge Management

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Overview

The massive quantity of data, information, and knowledge available in digital form on the web or within the organizational knowledge base requires a more effective way to control it. The Semantic Web and its growing complexity demands a resource for the understanding of proper tools for management.

Semantic Knowledge Management: An Ontology-Based Framework addresses the Semantic Web from an operative point of view using theoretical approaches, methodologies, and software applications as innovative solutions to true knowledge management. This advanced title provides readers with critical steps and tools for developing a semantic based knowledge management system.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605660349
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 2/25/2011
  • Pages: 458
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Sect. I Knowledge-Based Innovations for the Web Infrastructure

Ch. I KIWI: A Framework for Enabling Semantic Knowledge Management Ernesto Damiani Damiani, Ernesto Paolo Ceravolo Ceravolo, Paolo Angela Corallo Corallo, Angela Gianluca Elia Elia, Gianluca Antonio Zilli Zilli, Antonio 1

Ch. II Introduction to Ontology Engineering Paolo Ceravolo Ceravolo, Paolo Ernesto Damiani Damiani, Ernesto 25

Ch. III OntoExtractor: A Tool for Semi-Automatic Generation and Maintenance of Taxonomies from Semi-Structured Documents Marcello Leida Leida, Marcello 51

Ch. IV Search Engine: Approaches and Performance Eliana Campi Campi, Eliana Gianluca Lorenzo Lorenzo, Gianluca 74

Ch. V Towards Semantic-Based P2P Reputation Systems Ernesto Damiani Damiani, Ernesto Marco Viviani Viviani, Marco 101

Ch. VI SWELS: A Semantic Web System Supporting E-Learning Gianluca Elia Elia, Gianluca Giustina Secundo Secundo, Giustina Cesare Taurino Taurino, Cesare 120

Ch. VII Approaches to Semantics in Knowledge Management Cristiano Fugazza Fugazza, Cristiano Stefano David David, Stefano Anna Montesanto Montesanto, Anna Cesare Rocchi Rocchi, Cesare 146

Ch. VIII A Workflow Management System for Ontology Engineering Alessandra Carcagni Carcagni, Alessandra Angelo Corallo Corallo, Angelo Antonio Zilli Zilli, Antonio Nunzio Ingraffia Ingraffia, Nunzio Silvio Sorace Sorace, Silvio 172

Sect. II Semantic in Organizational Knowledge Management

Ch. IX Activity Theory for Knowledge Management in Organisations Lorna Uden Uden, Lorna 201

Ch. X Knowledge Management and Interaction in Virtual Communities Maria Chiara Caschera Caschera, Maria Chiara Arianna D'Ulizia D'Ulizia, Arianna Fernando Ferri Ferri,Fernando Patrizia Grifoni Grifoni, Patrizia 216

Ch. XI An Ontological Approach to Managing Project Memories in Organizations Davy Monticolo Monticolo, Davy Vincent Hilaire Hilaire, Vincent Samuel Gomes Gomes, Samuel Abderrafiaa Koukam Koukam, Abderrafiaa 233

Sect. III Semantic-Based Applications

Ch. XII K-link+: A P2P Semantic Virtual Office for Organizational Knowledge Management Carlo Mastroianni Mastroianni, Carlo Giuseppe Pirro Pirro, Giuseppe Domenico Talia Talia, Domenico 262

Ch. XIII Formalizing and Leveraging Domain Knowledge in the K4CARE Home Care Platform Akos Hajnal Hajnal, Akos Antonio Moreno Moreno, Antonio Gianfranco Pedone Pedone, Gianfranco David Riano Riano, David Laszlo Zsolt Varga Varga, Laszlo Zsolt 279

Ch. XIV Knowledge Management Implementation in a Consultancy Firm Kuan Yew Wong Kuan, Yew Wong Wai Peng Wong Wong, Wai Peng 303

Ch. XV Financial News Analysis Using a Semantic Web Approach Alex Micu Micu, Alex Laurens Mast Mast, Laurens Viorel Milea Milea, Viorel Flavius Frasincar Frasincar, Flavius Uzay Kaymak Kaymak, Uzay 311

Ch. XVI Enhancing E-Business on the Semantic Web through Automatic Multimedia Representation Manjeet Rege Rege, Manjeet Ming Dong Ming, Dong Farshad Fotouhi Fotouhi, Farshad 329

Ch. XVII Utilizing Semantic Web and Software Agents in a Travel Support System Maria Ganzha Ganzha, Maria Maciej Gawinecki Gawinecki, Maciej Marcin Paprzycki Paprzycki, Marcin Rafal Gasiorowski Gasiorowski, Rafal Szymon Pisarek Pisarek, Szymon Wawrzyniec Hyska Hyska, Wawrzyniec 341

Ch. XVIII Personalized Information Retrieval in a Semantic-Based Learning Environment Antonella Carbonaro Carbonaro, Antonella Rodolfo Ferrini Ferrini, Rodolfo 370

Compilation of References 390

About the Contributors 419

Index 427

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