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Ontology Based Knowledge Management For Cultural Tourism
N TACHAPETPAIBOON… – Journal of Theoretical …, 2015 – search.ebscohost.com
… According to Tom Gruber [2] , “Ontologies are part of the W3C standards stack for the Semantic Web, in which they are used to … REFRENCES: [1] Cultural tourism, available: http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Cultural_tourism. … [2] Ontology Definition, available: http://tomgruber.org/writing …

Enhancing semantic web and ontologies for e-tourism
WV Siricharoen – International Journal of Intelligent …, 2010 – inderscienceonline.com
… Ontology is mentioned by Tom Gruber which used to refer to ontology defines a set of representational primitives with which to model a … together people or organisations with an interest in the topic of harmonisation and seamless information exchange in travel and tourism. …

Making ontology relationships explicit in a ontology network
A D?az, R Motz, E Rohrer – AMW, 2011 – ceur-ws.org
… Tom Gruber [1] has defined “ontology” as a “formal, explicit specification of a shared conceptualization”, what means that ontologies … Nowadays, autonomously developed ontologies emerge quite naturally in dif- ferent domains (health, tourism, learning, quality of services, etc.). …

A framework of an ontology server for enhancing interlocking institutional worlds’ integrity
AA Ibrahim, RM Colomb… – International Journal of …, 2015 – inderscienceonline.com
… According to Tom Gruber ontology is “an explicit specification of conceptualisation” (Gruber, 1993), this is the most concise definition. … Meat products before reaching consumer’s hand, travel through a number of suppliers and distributors, such as slaughter process, packaging …

TANGO: Theory ANd desiGn of Ontologies
T Gruber – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
“… In the Computer Science area there is a well establish definition of Ontology, provided by Tom Gruber, as a formal, explicit specification … Nowadays, autonomously developed ontologies emerge quite naturally in different domains (health, tourism, learning, quality of services, etc …

Urban Traffic Management Approach Based on Ontology and VANETs
H TOULNI, B NSIRI, M BOULMALF, T SADIKI – inase.org
… defined congested state when the vehicle travel time exceeds the normal travel time of this road, the normal travel time of each segment of a road … we find many definitions of an ontology, the simplest and most popular since 1993 until now is the definition of Tom Gruber [25] who …

An ontology based approach to traffic management in urban areas
H TOULNI, B NSIRI, M BOULMALF, T SADIKI – researchgate.net
… 16] the road is defined congested state when the vehicle travel time exceeds the normal travel time of this road, the normal travel time of … reason we find many definitions of an ontology, the simplest and most popular since 1993 until now is the definition of Tom Gruber [25] who …

Semi-supervised algorithm for concept ontology based word set expansion
N De Silva, AS Perera… – Advances in ICT for …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… For example the concept $Travel which only had the words; commute, journey, tour, travel, voyage was expanded by adding the words; sail, navigate by this process. … Available: http://tomgruber.org/writing/ontolingua-kaj-1993.pdf. [Accessed: 15- Jun -2013]. …

Mining sentiment using conversation ontology
PS Sajja, R Akerkar – Advancing information management …, 2012 – books.google.com
… The pioneer definition of ontology in the sense of Semantic Web is proposed by Tom Gruber (1993), which is given as follows: Definition 3 … Mining Sentiment Using Conversation Ontology As an example, sample taxonomy from a typical tourism area is presented in this section. …

Task model and task ontology for intelligent tourist information service
H Park, A Yoon, HC Kwon – … Journal of u-and e-Service, …, 2012 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Ontology, in the present context, was originally suggested in 1992 by Tom Gruber who defined it as “a specification of a … covering the semantic space of tourism by integrating modularized ontologies, and developed core Domain Ontology for Travel and Tourism (cDOTT) [6 …

Task Model and Task Ontology based on Mobile Users’ Generic Activities for Task-Oriented Tourist Information Service
H Park – International Journal of Smart Home, 2013 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Ontology, in the present context, is a term that originally suggested in 1992 by Tom Gruber who defined it as “a specification of a conceptualization.” The … Tourist information services with ontologies typically involve a virtual travel agent system for M-Tourism, a mobile …

“Computers learn to listen, and some talk back”
S Lohr, J Markoff – New York Times, 2010 – tony-silva.com
… See Sample tonysilva@mac.com Change E-mail Address | Privacy Policy Travel Dispatch E-Mail … “It’s a bit like the task faced by a waiter for whom English is a second language in a noisy restaurant,” said Tom Gruber, an artificial intelligence researcher and co-founder of Siri. …

Insuring Halal Food Interlocking Institutional Worlds Integrity Using an Ontology Server
AA Ibrahim, RM Colomb, AH Ahmed – International Journal of Computer …, 2015 – ijcst.org
… According to Tom Gruber ontology is “an explicit specification of conceptualization” [2], [17], this is the most concise definition; conceptualization … Meat products before reaching consumer’s hand, travel through a number of suppliers and distributors, and during this travel there …

Algorithms and methods in recommender systems
D Asanov – Berlin Institute of Technology, Berlin, Germany, 2011 – snet.tu-berlin.de
… his history and profile the agent can give a recommendation about the places he can go, travel or just … Figure 11: Sample of tourism recommendation in TripFromTV … Available: http://tomgruber. org/writing/mtsr05- ontology-of-folksonomy.htm [30] A. Gomez-Perez, O. Corcho-Garcia …

The Semantic Web as a Platform for Collective Intelligence
L Mendoza, G Zuccarelli, A Díaz… – … International Workshop on …, 2014 – Springer
… In [7], Tom Gruber argues that the current web (the web 2.0, the Social Web) provides “collected intelligence” instead of “collective intelligence”. … He presents RealTravel.com, an example of a col- lective knowledge system for the domain of travel, based on the Semantic Web …

Ontology learning from text: Evaluation of learned ontologies
A Rios-Alvarado, I Lopez-Arevalo – tamps.cinvestav.mx
… island is a + place + travel + tourism , such as island + place + travel + tourism , including island + place + travel + tourism … … In this sense, our approach was evaluated on the same Tourism domain. … [11] Robert Neches, Richard Fikes, Tim Finin, Tom Gruber, Ramesh Patil, Ted …

Symbols and sociopolitical organization: Mesoamerican iconography in the US southwest/northwest Mexico
MT Searcy – 2010 – search.proquest.com
“… Keli Mitchells assistance was also priceless when dealing with vendors, travel forms, and miles of red tape … Pitezel, Mike Whalen, Art MacWilliams, Henry Wallace, Arleyn Simon, Michael Mathiowetz, Chris Watkins, David Yoder, Kristina Wyckoff, Nick Beale, Tom Gruber, Paul Fish …

Semantics scales up: Beyond search in web 3.0
A Sheth – IEEE Internet Computing, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Tom Gruber introduced the concept of ontologies in an information systems context in the early 1990s (http://bit.ly/gruber-ont). … Bing’s support for specific domains such as entertain- ment, sports, or travel is in part pow- ered by domain-specific models and relevant background …

Ontology learning from text: Method for learning axioms
A Rios-Alvarado, I Lopez-Arevalo – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… The proposed approach was evaluated with two corpus: Tourism and SportEvent domain. According to the … Intelligent Systems, IEEE, 16(2):72–79, mar-apr 2001. [4] Robert Neches, Richard Fikes, Tim Finin, Tom Gruber, Ramesh Patil, Ted Senator, and William R. Swartout. …

Supporting small teams in cooperatively building application domain models
CA Tacla, AR Freddo, EC Paraiso, MP Ramos… – Expert Systems with …, 2011 – Elsevier
… For instance, a SD team developing a domain model for a tourism website has to interview people working in this business and its potential users, search for information in tourist guides, travel agencies and tourist offices learning which elements are relevant for designing the …

Ontology-Driven Information and Knowledge Acquisition from Traditional Dwelling in Kumandong
??? – Journal of Oriental Culture&Design, 2012 – scholar.dkyobobook.co.kr
… are promoted as attractions to entice tourism, and industrial development – the challenge, which is attempted to adapt these practices into current needs while continuing to make use of the traditional knowledge and maintaining the cultural … 4) Tom Gruber, What is an ontology? …

Sensor Planning with Cloud-Based Predictive Analytics
A Wheeler, J Dike, M Winburn – Proceedings on the …, 2013 – search.proquest.com
… The time and cost of travel (eg fuel, maintenance, etc.) affects the amount of time spent collecting data. All of this means that some needs may simply not get met. … http://tomgruber.org/writing/ ontolingua-kaj- 1993.pdf. [4] OWL 2 Web Ontology Language Document Overview. …

An ontological approach to inter-operation of mobile services
T Raafat, F Cecelja – … , Mobility and Security (NTMS), 2011 4th …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… These applications can be seen in various domains such as transport, medicine and tourism. With … ontologies. Ontology in computer science as defined by Tom Gruber is a formal, explicit specification of a shared conceptualization. …

Social Context Modelling
MA Kabir, J Han, A Colman – Pervasive Social Computing, 2016 – Springer
… 3.?1.?1 In this work context, we adopt the recent operational definition given by Tom Gruber, “an ontology defines a set of … We define the Convoy Social Role by enumerating its instances: leading-car, following-car, rented-car, traffic-management, travel-guide, rental-company …

Data interoperability in the future of middleware
M Paolucci, B Souville – Journal of Internet Services and Applications, 2012 – Springer
… 4]: Broadcast-Based VANETs (also called Geography-based) which exploit ad-hoc networks formed by vehicles during their travel. … Within Computer Science, the universally accepted definition of was proposed by Tom Gruber, who formulated it as follows: “An Ontology is a …

Metadata approach in modeling multi structured data collection using object oriented concepts
I Liem, FN Azizah – Networking and Information Technology ( …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Each node in V 2 is a representation of a city in DJ. which also connects to D2 as an itinerary of travel held by a travel agent. … 5: 199-199. 1993, http://tomgruber.org/writing/ontolingua-kaj-1993. pdf. access on 4/2/20 10. [II] Ontology (Information Science), http://en. …

Knowledge representation in Semantic Web and Development of Academic Ontology using Web Ontology Language& SWRL
PR Swaminarayan – International Journal of Emerging Trends & …, 2014 – ijettcs.org
… 2. INTRODUCTION TO ONTOLOGY According to Tom Gruber, Ontology is “”the specification of conceptualizations, used to help programs and … 1]. LobnaKaroui, Marie-AudeAufaure, NacéraBennacer (2008),“Ontology Discovery from Web Pages: Application to Tourism” [Online]. …

A survey of software agent and ontology
G Sakarkar, S Upadhye – International Journal of Computer Applications, 2010 – Citeseer
… JADE (CSELT) Stationary Java FIPA Travel Assistant, Audio-visual entertainmen t … The term ontology is used to refer to “an explicit specification of a conceptualization [of a domain] is mentioned by Tom Gruber which we are already familiar with for quite sometimes. …

New Internet-Based Technology Ecosystems
K Oestreicher, N Walton – 2012 – eprints.worc.ac.uk
… Airlines and travel agents. … As early as 2001, Tom Gruber spoke of a new economy which would be based on a central nervous system of mass collaboration technology in which businesses and consumers would have almost perfect information about goods and services which …

An ontology for representing financial headline news
S Mellouli, F Bouslama, A Akande – … : Science, Services and Agents on the …, 2010 – Elsevier
… The Tom Gruber’s five principles emphasises the important aspects that an ontology needs to observe … This model applied to Logic programming and algorithms techniques provides a fast reasoning of systems such as the Tourism Ontology Uncertainty Reasoning system (TOUR …

MapXplore: Linked data in the app store
C Veres – Proceedings of the Third International Conference on …, 2012 – dl.acm.org
… Mobile, linked data, iPad, iOS, dbpedia, wikipedia, tourism … This is accomplished by, what Tom Gruber calls it, “semantic snap to grid”.9 By modelling the user’s behavior in a task oriented, contextually constrained information space, Siri is able to make a guess about intended …

Epistemology of AI Revisited in the Light of the Philosophy of Information
JG Ganascia – Knowledge, Technology & Policy, 2010 – Springer
… are personal agents who act as efficient secretaries and help individuals to manage their diary, to fix appointments, to find rooms for meetings, to organize travel, etc. … AIS SIGSEMIS Bulletin, 1(3), 1–5. Tom Gruber interview. http://?tomgruber.?org/?writing/?sigsemis-2004.?pdf …

Upper tag ontology for integrating social tagging data
Y Ding, EK Jacob, M Fried, I Toma… – Journal of the …, 2010 – Wiley Online Library
… One of the foremost pioneering efforts was undertaken by Tom Gruber (1994), generally acknowledged in the Semantic Web community as having first described the value of ontologies for addressing problems of resource annotation and interoperability across systems. …

Social networking ontology engineering walkthrough: practical approach for non-expert user learning
WV Siricharoen – Mobile Networks and Applications, 2016 – Springer
… Tom Gruber defined the most popular definition of an ontology which is “a specification of a conceptualization … In the early research year the researcher reused few travel ontologies and merge ontologies in order to enrich the ontologies concept within the travel domain [5]. And it …

“Towards Collective Knowledge Systems: The Intersection of the Social Web, the Semantic Web, and Machine Learning”
V Milea – 2014 – papers.ssrn.com
“… Two research visits are intended to UFMG for visiting Prof.Dr. Fabricio Benevenuto, the technical coordinator of the project outlined in this proposal (computed at R$320/day for daily allowance and R$800 for each national travel). …

ontology: Fundamentals and Languages
R Akerkar – Applied Semantic Web Technologies, 2011 – books.google.com
… properties. The pioneer definition of ontology in the sense of the Semantic Web was proposed by Tom Gruber (Gruber, 1993): Definition. … mind. As an example, a sample taxonomy from a typical tourism area is presented in this section. …

Judaica Europeana: Jewish Semantics in the Linked Data Semantic Web
D Winer – Language, Culture, Computation. Computing of the …, 2014 – Springer
… twenty years after the first attempts to establish a global Jewish network, a revolution in terms of the Jewish social life, education, scholarship, genealogical related activities, cultural tourism and many … Springer (2009), http://tomgruber.org/writing/ontology- definition-2007.htm 22. …

Towards a multi-agent based architecture to simulate the reality of a stock exchange market
S Mellouli, F Bouslama – Computer Systems and Applications ( …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… The Tom Gruber’s five principles [12] emphasises the im portant aspects that an ontology needs to observe. … This model applied to Logic programming and algorithms techniques provides a fast reasoning of systems such as the Tourism Ontology Uncer tainty Reasoning system …

Co-evolución entre la Web Social y la Web Semántica
D Torres – 2014 – sedici.unlp.edu.ar
“… evaluation of several prototypes used in this thesis. I also thank the organizations that made travel and stay during my PhD possible. Thank you very much to Universidad Nacional de La … I am grateful to UNLP for all the subsidies that allowed me to travel and stay. …

Adopting Large Standards through Keywords and Social Networking
HL Connor – 2011 – rave.ohiolink.edu
“… I was selected to become an intern, which gave me the opportunity to travel out west to California and gained a lifetime of experience. … The relationship between tagging and users is described by Tom Gruber as a three-piece relationship, such as Tagging(resource, tag, …

Ontology of time: Expressions of time in information systems
A Neelameghan, GJ Narayana – Information Studies, 2011 – indianjournals.com
… Two physical concepts of time that have raised the imagination of the general public and fiction writers are ?arrow of time? and ?time travel?. … A ?time machine’ is any technological device, invented or imagined that enables time travel. 2.3.3 Variance in the Concept of Time …

Co-Evolution between Social and Semantic Web
D Torres – 2014 – tel.archives-ouvertes.fr
“… evaluation of several prototypes used in this thesis. I also thank the organizations that made travel and stay during my PhD possible. Thank you very much to Universidad Nacional de La … process. I am grateful to UNLP for all the subsidies that allowed me to travel and stay. …

GSV Annotated Bibliography
RS Roberts, PA Pope, M Jiang, T Trucano, C Aragon… – 2011 – e-reports-ext.llnl.gov
… Both are modular systems incorporating multimodal transportation (travel of individuals by cars, busses, trains, etc). … This demographic information is used to generate activity demand and travel behavior which feeds into the second module, the Intermodal Route Planner. …

Building semantic interoperability for European civil proceedings online
M Poblet, J Suquet, A Roig… – The Circulation of Agency …, 2014 – Springer
… Perhaps the most quoted definition of ‘ontology’ in the Semantic Web domain is the one that Tom Gruber provided back in … INTEGRA (Research on Technologies for Decision Making in Immigration Policies); CDTI-Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism, and Commerce, Contract …

Computational models of ontology evolution in legal reasoning
A Priddle-Higson – 2010 – era.lib.ed.ac.uk
“… given credit. The standard definition of an ontology for computer science was given by Tom Gruber as “An explicit specification of a conceptualisation”[52], where a conceptuali- sation is “an abstract simplified view of the world that we want to represent for some purpose”. …

A Proposal for Media Component Brokerage
B Malheiro, J Foss – Fourth International European Conference on the …, 2010 – recipp.ipp.pt
… logistics, scheduling, product design, manufacturing control systems, reconfiguration of shipboard power systems, multirobot coordination, formation of virtual organizations, optimization of query processing, travel-shopping, distributed … [15] Tom Gruber (2008), “Ontology …

Sustainable design approach underpinned with Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA) and ontology
Z Ren – 2013 – irep.ntu.ac.uk
“Page 1. Sustainable Design Approach underpinned with Life Cycle Impact Assessment(LCIA) and Ontology Zhongming Ren A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of Nottingham Trent University for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy …

Owl ontology for solar uv exposure and human health
C Mathieu, ES Eltaher, P Sarathy… – Advances in Semantic …, 2010 – tmrfindia.org
… Tom Gruber’s definition is probably still the most popular in this field. … where the framework of this ontology can be reused. Several such modular ontologies can be combined to work as a knowledge base to be used in health care, tourism or other related fields. …

Emergency Towing
CG Liaisons – 2012 – wpi.edu
“… the Harbor Safety Committee located in San Francisco Captain Cutter and Bob Roosevelt, from The Vane Brothers Company Tom Gruber and Charles … Finally, we would also like to thank Worcester Polytechnic Institute for the unique opportunity to travel and work in Washington …

Social Networks and Semantics
I Toma, J Caverlee, Y Ding, EK Jacob… – … Theory and Practice: …, 2010 – books.google.com
… Huberman, 2007). 2.2 Tagging Ontologies In 2005, Tom Gruber first proposed the idea of using an ontology to model tagging data. His original idea was further formalized and subse- quently published in 2007 (Gruber, 2007). His …

ON THE USE OF CORRESPONDENCE ANALYSIS TO LEARN ONTOLOGIES AND OTHER SEMANTICS FROM TEXT
PR DI COMO – airwiki.ws.dei.polimi.it
“… you can have a look at the large literature about the argument, maybe starting from the historical articles by Tom Gruber, [Gruber, 1992 … from Text algorithms are used to extract information from corpora of documents dealing with very specific domains of knowledge (eg, tourism, …

Siri for Dummies
M Saltzman – 2012 – books.google.com
“Page 1. Learn to: – Search the web, schedule appointments, and set reminders – Use your voice to create texts, e-mails, and Facebook posts – Find movie times and watch trailers – Make restaurant reservations, check sports scores …

Pervasive Social Computing
MA Kabir, J Han, A Colman – 2016 – Springer
Page 1. Muhammad Ashad Kabir · Jun Han Alan Colman Pervasive Social Computing Socially-Aware Pervasive Systems and Mobile Applications Page 2. Pervasive Social Computing Page 3. Page 4. Muhammad Ashad Kabir • Jun Han Alan Colman Pervasive Social Computing …

The US Government Manual in XML: A Case Study of a Data. gov Open Data Set
R Kunkel – Legal Reference Services Quarterly, 2016 – Taylor & Francis
… 27 An ontology is a formal machine readable description of the things that exist in a given domain of knowledge, as well as the relationships that exist between things. Tom Gruber, Ontology, Encyclopedia of Database Systems (2009). …

Upper Tag Ontology (UTO) For Integrating Social Tagging Data
S Foo, I Toma, M Fried, E Yan, Y Ding, EK Jacob – 2010 – scholarworks.iu.edu
… One of the foremost pioneering efforts was undertaken by Tom Gruber, generally acknowledged in the Semantic Web community as having first described the value of ontologies for addressing problems of resource annotation and interoperability …

Ontology learning by using text clustering techniques: Method for structuring taxonomies
A Rios-Alvarado, I Lopez-Arevalo – tamps.cinvestav.mx
… region park location safari garden expedition, travel environment garden geographical area vegetation plant collection,aggregation … Submitted for publication, 2005. [13] Robert Neches, Richard Fikes, Tim Finin, Tom Gruber, Ramesh Patil, Ted Senator, and William R. Swartout. …

A Context-Aware Personalization Model for Augmented Reality Applications
MA Yahya – 2016 – info.psu.edu.sa
“Page 1. A Context-Aware Personalization Model for Augmented Reality Applications A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Of Masters of Science in Software Engineering At the College of Computer and Information Sciences …

Building World Event Representations From Linguistic Representations
T Bruland – 2013 – diva-portal.org
“Page 1. Building World Event Representations From Linguistic Representations Thesis for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor Trondheim, November 2013 Norwegian University of Science and Technology Faculty of Information …

E-government simulation tool for accounting education: personal income tax simulator
D Pedrosa, J Varajão, A Trigo… – … Systems Design and …, 2013 – books.google.com
… to them in the real world (eg on the internet, interviews, etc.), identifying their main features, such as: products and services (eg cleaning services, food, beds, laundry, spa, etc.), prices in thereal market, identifying potential customers and suppliers (eg travel agencies) and the …

Towards digital Islamic art history
H Keshani – Journal of Art Historiography Number, 2012 – academia.edu
… and their priorities. Already graduate students and researchers working in select fields can conduct large amounts of their research remotely and digitally, reducing costs for travel and archival work. Colleagues in humanities …

Using Semantic Knowledge Management Systems To Overcome Information Overload Problems In Software Engineering
A Demirsoy – 2013 – diva-portal.org
“… understanding [14]. Semantic technologies and ontologies have been used in several fields like biology, finance and tourism in order to manage and structure the domain knowledge [34, 35, 37, 38, 102, 103, 104]. Moreover …

TOWARDS AN ONTOLOGICAL REPRESENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE ON THE
K WECEL – Knowledge-Based Information Retrieval and Filtering …, 2013 – books.google.com
… They have no meaning in itself. Protocols give them operational semantics, eg “After receiving the travel offer confirmation, book a flight and make a hotel reservation”. It is not possible to reason outside the transaction context. …

Mail2tag: Efficient targeting of news in an organization
L Nelson, R Nairn, EH Chi – CSCW Workshop “Collective …, 2010 – researchgate.net
… News not only travel along social networks in the organization, but also there is a strong effort in passing along news that known to be relevant. People are conservative in their choices. Moreover, people tune their social network to ensure they receive the appropriate news. …

Combining the semantic and the social web for intelligent learning systems
M Ghenname, R Ajhoun, C Gravier… – … (EDUCON), 2012 IEEE, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… usefulness of the aggregation of personal data, preferences and other explicit and implicit dimensions specific to travel, And so they … automatique à partir d’espaces vectoriels, multiples cluteerises, http ://rapsodis.loria.fr/rapportMyriam.pdf, (2004) [29] Tom Gruber, “Where the …

Designing personal assistant software for task management using semantic web technologies and knowledge databases
PPS Botla – 2013 – dspace.mit.edu
“… one task. For example, a user trying to make a travel plans need to check for airport codes for nearby airports and then check travel sites for tickets between combinations of airports to reach the destination. Another example …

“DANGEROUS GOODS TRANSPORTATION: A European cooperative system for routing, monitoring, re-routing, enforcement and driver support, for dangerous …”
M Gemou, ? Bekiaris – CERTH/HIT Report, 2012 – imet.gr
Page 1. DANGEROUS GOODS TRANSPORTATION: A European cooperative system for routing, monitoring, re-routing, enforcement and driver support, for dangerous goods vehicles Report number: CERTH–HIT–PR–?–2012–1 Publication of Project Report HIT …

Enhancing computer vision using the collective intelligence of social media
E Chatzilari, S Nikolopoulos, I Patras… – New Directions in Web …, 2011 – Springer
Page 1. Chapter 9 Enhancing Computer Vision Using the Collective Intelligence of Social Media Elisavet Chatzilari1,3, Spiros Nikolopoulos1,2, Ioannis Patras2, and Ioannis Kompatsiaris1 1 Centre for Research & Technology …

Towards a Conceptualization of E-Business Project Knowledge.
A Coners, B Matthies – PACIS, 2015 – aisel.aisnet.org
… business channels was regularly discussed (34 mentions): “[… the effects of ICT-based, automated customer relationship were overestimated while, at the same time, the relevance of personal customer interaction was underestimated.” (project #155, tourism) The firm size is an …

A Distributed Framework For Multimedia Using Small World Communities
SM Javadi-Moghaddam – 2016 – artemis-new.cslab.ece.ntua.gr
“Page 1. A Distributed Framework For Multimedia Using Small World Communities SEYYED-MOHAMMAD JAVADI-MOGHADDAM A THESIS PRESENTED TO THE NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS IN FULFILMENT …

From Knowledge Abstraction to Management: Using Ranganathan’s Faceted Schema to Develop Conceptual Frameworks for Digital Libraries
A Suman – 2013 – books.google.com
“Page 1. Chandos Information Professional Series From Knowledge Abstraction to Management Using Ranganathan’s faceted schema to develop conceptual frameworks for digital libraries Aparajita Su man OOOOOOO llllllllll Page 2. …

“Beyond globalization: Making new worlds in media, art, and social practices”
A Aneesh, L Hall, P Petro – 2011 – books.google.com
… The Browns’ “fascination with reinventing their identi- ties through pseudonyms, collaborative work, parties, and travel” is rooted in avant-garde practice, but pushes toward a relational aesthetic that has been amplified with contemporary global media tools and technologies. …

“An integrated Recommender System based on Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis and Data Analysis methods: Methodology, implementation and evaluation”
K Lakiotaki – 2010 – artemis.library.tuc.gr
“Page 1. Department of Production & Management Engineering Technical University of Crete École doctoral décision informatique mathématiques organization Université Paris Dauphine An integrated Recommender System based on Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis and Data …

A Logical Journey: The Anxiety of the Le?niewski Quantifiers
B Schafer – The Anxiety of the Jurist: Legality, Exchange and …, 2016 – books.google.com
… The standard definition of an ontology for computer science was given by Tom Gruber (1993) as ‘An explicit specification of a conceptualisation’, where a conceptualization is ‘an abstract simplified view of the world that we want to represent for some purpose’. …

Hezo: An Intelligent Social System for Extreme Scale Organizational Collaborations
R Jadda – 2011 – etd.ohiolink.edu
“… TechCorps: NGO mission to provide STEM curriculum Friendship Village: Senior citizen activities Need programming Months Need curriculum Months Need tutors (can’t travel) 1.1.1 ConnectOne TimeWarner City of Columbus …

Machinery of the Mind
G Johnson – 2011 – books.google.com
“… As a fellow of the foundation, I was able to travel around the country interviewing a number of scientists: Hans Berliner, Robert Berwick … I would especially like to thank David Anderson and Thomas Goodman, who read most of the final draft, and Tom Gruber, Douglas Hofstadter …

The Role of Social Network within Industrial Organization
M Khidhir, A Samir, A Santhanam – 2012 – diva-portal.org
… According to Tom Gruber (2007) Collective intelligence is a grand vision, one to which every one subscribes. … That is, the value of these user contributions is in their being collected together and aggregated into community- or domain-specific sites (Tom Gruber, 2007). …

My Lifelong Learning Realm: An Autoethnography Experiential Learning in Finland.
MMS Rajbhandari – Online Submission, 2011 – ERIC
Page 1. 1 My Lifelong Learning Realm: An autoethnography Experiential Learning in Finland Mani Man Singh Rajbhandari PhD Researcher mani.rajbhandari@uta.fi University of Tampere School of Education Kalevantie 4, FI-33014 Finland February 11 th , 2011 Page 2. 2 …

“Effective, usable and learnable semantic search”
KM Elbedweihy – 2014 – etheses.whiterose.ac.uk
“Page 1. Effective, Usable and Learnable Semantic Search Khadija Mohamed Elbedweihy Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield Department of Computer Science April 2, 2014 Page 2. Abstract …

WIKIPEDIA AS A VIRTUAL MONUMENT
CH JOHNSON – 2014 – researchgate.net
“Page 1. WIKIPEDIA AS A VIRTUAL MONUMENT Developing a New Ontological and Semiotic Model to Define World Heritage by CHRISTOPHER HANNA JOHNSON 3147338 Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of …

Aerial Photography and Videography Using Drones
E Cheng – 2015 – books.google.com
“… 333 Exemptions Micro UAS Global Landscape Regional Rules Have Drone, Will Travel Backpacks and Cases Air Travel Lithium Batteries … or helped make some of the stories happen: Romeo Durscher, Randy Jay Braun, Pablo Lema, David Merrill, Tom Gruber, Jimmie Fulton …

Foundations of sustainability information representation theory: spatial–temporal dynamics of sustainable systems
T Nyerges, M Roderick, S Prager… – International Journal of …, 2014 – Taylor & Francis

Processing Semantically Enriched Content for Interactive 3D Visualizations
V Settgast – 2013 – Citeseer
“… Non-standard environments also demand new forms of interaction methods. Users want to travel through the virtual world and also rearrange and modify the scene. Such interactions should be intuitive to operate because then a larger group of users can be addressed. …

Term paper examples
OE Dictionary – dsoergel.com
“Page 1. UBLIS 571 DS Information Organization 2016Sp Term paper examples Table of contents System descriptions EMBASE (bibliographic database in medicine) 2 davesgarden.com (plant and vendor database) 16 Oxford English Dictionary 30 Papers on topics …

Comparative study and analysis of social networking sites
AR Patel – 2011 – scholarworks.calstate.edu
“… The public display of connections or friends is a crucial part of the SNSs. The Friends list contains links to each Friend’s profile thus allowing the user to travel through the network of each friend’s friends. Thus say you may have ten friends on your network but …

“Identifying, annotating, and filtering arguments and opinions in open collaboration systems”
J Schneider – 2013 – aran.library.nuigalway.ie
“… SFI/09/CE/I1380 (L?on2), through June 2013. Support for internships was provided by COST Short-Term Scientific Mission and by an SFI Short-Term Travel Fellowship. The CLIR Zipf fellowship in 2012 also provided a welcome boost. …

ENHANCING INTERLOCKING INSTITUTIONAL WORLDS INTEGRITY BY USING AN ONTOLOGY SERVER
AAI AHMED – 2015 – repository.sustech.edu
“Page 1. Page 2. ii Page 3. iii Page 4. SUDAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE OF GRADUATE STUDIES ENHANCING INTERLOCKING INSTITUTIONAL WORLDS INTEGRITY BY USING AN ONTOLOGY SERVER ? ?? ?? ? ? ? ? … ?

Handbook of Section 1983 Litigation
DW Lee – 2012 – books.google.com
“Page 1. 2012 Handbook 0i S??li?ll 1983 lilig?lillll David W. Lee 4-‘ is Kluvver iii Wolters Kluvver ‘.7 Law & Business Page 2. ASPEN PUBLISHERS 2012 Handbook of Section 1983 Litigation by David W Lee Title 42 USC § 1983 …

Comparison and implementation of graph visualization algorithms using JavaFX
D Örnberg – 2016 – diva-portal.org
“… Page 9 Page 18. The distance a node can travel at a given time is limited by its local temperature. The local temperature increases if the algorithm determines that the node is far from its goal and decreases if the node is close to its goal. …

The Understanding of Adultery in the Hebrew Bible: A Critical Survey
AI Abasili – 2016 – books.google.com
“… To this group of scholars belong Francis D. Ritter,19 Tom Gruber,20 J. Harold Ellen,21 Michael Coogan,22 Roy B. Blizzard,23 and Raymond J. Lawrence.24 I will give an example of their ‘reinterpretation’ of sexual prohibition in the bible with Francis D. Ritter’s book Sex, Lies …

Supporting citizen science and biodiversity informatics on the semantic web
MJ Sachs – 2013 – search.proquest.com
“Supporting citizen science and biodiversity informatics on the semantic web. Abstract. A question faced by semantic web developers is how much and what form of explicit semantics to encode in domain ontologies. A typical …

Metadata
R Gartner – 2016 – Springer
“Page 1. Metadata Richard Gartner Shaping Knowledge from Antiquity to the Semantic Web Page 2. Metadata Page 3. Page 4. Richard Gartner Metadata Shaping Knowledge from Antiquity to the Semantic Web Page 5. ISBN 978 …

Developing a 21st century global library for mathematics research
National Research Council – 2014 – books.google.com
“Page 1. 1st Century IBRARY NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF THE NAT-AEEME: Page 2. Developing a 21st Century Global Library for Mathematics Research Committee on Planning a Global Library of the Mathematical …

Priming effects associated with the hierarchical levels of classification systems
AJ Loehrlein – 2012 – search.proquest.com
“Priming effects associated with the hierarchical levels of classification systems. Abstract. The act of categorization produces conceptual representations in memory while knowledge organization (KO) systems provide conceptual …

Web 2.0 and beyond: Principles and technologies
P Anderson – 2012 – books.google.com
“Page 1. Chapman & Hall/CRC TEXTBOOKS IN COMPUTING Page 2. Page 3. WEB 2.0 and BEYOND Principles and Technologies Page 4. CHAPMAN & HALL/CRC TEXTBOOKS IN COMPUTING Series Editors John Impagliazzo …

Towards a Conceptual Model to Assess the Factors impacting the Non-financial Value of Business Intelligence
A Budree, LCH Fourie, O Jacob – researchgate.net
Page 1. Towards a Conceptual Model to Assess the Factors impacting the Non-financial Value of Business Intelligence Adheesh Budree, Prof. Louis CH Fourie, and Dr. Olaf Jacob Abstract—-This paper presents an in-depth …

“Boundary infrastructures for IBIS federation: Design rationale, implementation, and evaluation”
J Park – 2010 – kmi.open.ac.uk
“Page 1. 1 Boundary Infrastructures for IBIS Federation: Design Rationale, Implementation, and Evaluation Technical Report KMI-10-01 January 2010 Jack Park Park, J. (2010). Boundary Infrastructures for IBIS Federation: Design Rationale, Implementation, and Evaluation. …