Semantic Knowledge Management

Integrating Ontology Management, Knowledge Discovery, and Human Language Technologies

By John Francis Davies , Marko Grobelnik , Dunja Mladenic

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The contributors here offer a concise vision of semantic knowledge management, ranging from knowledge acquisition to knowledge integration, and their applications in domains such as telecommunications, social networks and legal information processing.

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  • ISBN13: 978-3-5408-8844-4
  • 264 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: December 1, 2008
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $99.00
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Despite its explosive growth over the last decade, the Web remains essentially a tool to allow humans to access information. Semantic Web technologies like RDF, OWL and other W3C standards aim to extend the Web’s capability through increased availability of machine-processable information. Davies, Grobelnik and Mladenic have grouped contributions from renowned researchers into four parts: technology; integration aspects of knowledge management; knowledge discovery and human language technologies; and case studies. Together, they offer a concise vision of semantic knowledge management, ranging from knowledge acquisition to ontology management to knowledge integration, and their applications in domains such as telecommunications, social networks and legal information processing. This book is an excellent combination of fundamental research, tools and applications in Semantic Web technologies. It serves the fundamental interests of researchers and developers in this field in both academia and industry who need to track Web technology developments and to understand their business implications.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. 1) Introduction (Davies, Grobelnik, Mladenic).
  2. 2) Ontology Management (Bloehdorn, Haase, Huang, Sure, Völker, van Harmelen, Studer).
  3. 3) Knowledge Discovery for Semantic Web (Mladenic, Grobelnik, Fortuna, Grcar).
  4. 4) Human Language Technologies (Bontcheva, Davis, Funk, Li, Wang).
  5. 5) OntoSTUDIO as an Ontology Engineering Environment (Weiten).
  6. 6) Shared Ontology for Knowledge Management (Kiryakov, Popov, Kitchukov, Angelov).
  7. 7) Semantically Enhanced Search and Browse (Duke, Heizmann).
  8. 8) Semantic Web for Knowledge Sharing (Kings, Davies).
  9. 9) Natural Language Generation from Ontologies (Bontcheva, Davis).
  10. 10) Ontology Generation from Social Networks (Grobelnik, Mladenic, Fortuna).
  11. 11) Capturing Documents Semantics for Ontology Generation and Document Summarization (Baxter, Klimt, Grobelnik, Schneider, Witbrock, Mladenic).
  12. 12) Visualization of Temporal Semantic Spaces (Fortuna, Mladenic, Grobelnik).
  13. 13) Semantic MediaWiki (Vrandecic, Krötzsch).
  14. 14) Deploying and Evaluating Semantic Technologies in a Digital Library (Thurlow, Warren).
  15. 15) Semantic Technology for Professional Judicial Knowledge (Casanovas, Casellas, Vallbé, Poblet, Contreras, Blázquez, Benjamins).
  16. 16) Semantic Web for Knowledge Reuse in Business Processes (Traphoener, Franz).
  17. 17) User Quality and Business Benefit of Semantic Knowledge Management Applications (Bösser, Casellas, Melchior, Thurlow, Vallbé).
  18. 18) Conclusion (Davies, Grobelnik, Mladenic).
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