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Applied Semantic Web Technologies [electronic resource].
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2011.
1 online resource (470 p.)
Gulla, Jon Atle
The rapid advancement of semantic web technologies, along with the fact that they are at various levels of maturity, has left many practitioners confused about the current state of these technologies. Focusing on the most mature technologies, Applied Semantic Web Technologies integrates theory with case studies to illustrate the history, current state, and future direction of the semantic web. It maintains an emphasis on real-world applications and examines the technical and practical issues related to the use of semantic technologies in intelligent information management.
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Front Cover; Contents; Acknowledgment; Editors; Contributors; Chapter 1: Applied Semantic Web Technologies: Overview and Future Directions; Chapter 2: Ontology: Fundamentals and Languages; Chapter 3: Toward Semantic Interoperability between Information Systems; Chapter 4: AlViz: A Tool for Ontology Alignment Utilizing Information Visualization Techniques; Chapter 5: SRS: A Hybrid Ontology Mediation and Mapping Approach; Chapter 6: An Ontology Engineering Tool for Enterprise 3.0; Chapter 7: Learning of Social Ontologies in WWW: Key Issues, Experiences, Lessons Learned, and Future Directions
Chapter 8: Relation Extraction for Semantic Web with Taxonomic Sequential PatternsChapter 9: Data-Driven Evaluation of Ontologies Using Machine Learning Algorithms; Chapter 10: Automatic Evaluation of Search Ontologies in the Entertainment Domain Using Natural Language Processing; Chapter 11: Adding Semantics to Decision Tables: A New Approach to Data and Knowledge Engineering?; Chapter 12: Semantic Sentiment Analyses Based on Reputations of Web Information Sources; Chapter 13: Semantics and Search; Chapter 14: Toward Semantics-Based Service Composition in Transport Logistics
Chapter 15: Ontology-Driven Business Process IntelligenceChapter 16: Semantics for Energy Efficiency in Smart Home Environments; Back Cover
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