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A Web of Active Knowledge

Joe Geldart, Stephen Cummins, William Song
2008 2008 Fourth International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grid  
Abstract-This paper outlines a new model for the Web inspired by recent research into cognitive science.  ...  The meta-model described is then applied to a typical existing information systems based on the Semantic Web 'wedding cake'.  ...  We see the Active Web as being glued together by these clouds of knowledge. The exchange of knowledge between clouds causes them to grow.  ... 
doi:10.1109/skg.2008.103 dblp:conf/skg/GeldartCS08 fatcat:odx4uhg6mvempjb2uba55q6bvi

Who-Does-What: A Knowledge Base of People's Occupations and Job Activities

Jonas Bulegon Gassen, Stefano Faralli, Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Jan Mendling
2016 International Semantic Web Conference  
We present a novel resource called "Who-Does-What" (WDW), which provides a knowledge base of activities for classes of people engaged in a wide range of different occupations.  ...  WDW is semi-automatically created by automatically extracting structured job activity descriptions from the Web (we use here the O*Net website).  ...  A knowledge base of people's occupations and job activities We present the schema of WDW in Figure 1 and describe the approach used to build our resource.  ... 
dblp:conf/semweb/GassenFPM16 fatcat:w76peairhrcghk7seqsm42xolq

The influence of a knowledge-based system on designers' cognitive activities: a study involving professional web designers

A. Chevalier, N. Fouquereau, J. Vanderdonckt
2009 Behavior and Information Technology  
This study was intended to determine the influence of MetroWeb on the professional web designers' cognitive activity, and to find out whether MetroWeb actually assists them to develop a user-centered design  ...  In order to confirm this assumption, we conducted an experimental study in which professional web designers had to create web pages either using a knowledge-based system -MetroWeb -or without it.  ...  in this paper, and the web designers for their participation.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01449290701288833 fatcat:yyujhn4vxvf3pfv72dz7taaos4

VVER Knowledge Preservation and Transfer within the Frame of CORONA Project Activities

Mladen Mitev, Enrico Corniani, Maria Manolova, Lybomir Pironkov, and Iskren Tsvetkov, A. Lyoussi
2016 EPJ Web of Conferences  
for transfer of this knowledge.  ...  The CORONA project is funded by the European Commission under the FP7 programme with overall objective to establish a Regional Centre of Competence for VVER Technology and Nuclear Applications.  ...  to participate in the activities related to nuclear facilities' lifetime management and extension.EPJ Web of Conferences culture aspect.  ... 
doi:10.1051/epjconf/201610602016 fatcat:plzfkigp2re4hkl7wodmeb223m

Students in a Teacher College of Education Develop Educational Programs and Activities Related To Intelligent Use of the Web: Cultivating New Knowledge

Rivka Wadmany, Orit Zeichner, Orly Melamed
2014 i-manager's Journal of Educational Technology  
A marginal minority chose a positive approach stressing only on the beneficial uses of the Web.  ...  Students in a teacher training college in Israel have developed and taught curricula on the intelligent use of the Web.  ...  have a broad base of knowledge and a good command of it."  ... 
doi:10.26634/jet.10.4.2606 fatcat:abswgkaohzd4lh56rgxcjtrgum

Evaluation of new knowledge generation in the oil and gas sector of Russia through the prism of patent activity

Valeriy Kryukov, Anatoliy Tokarev, S. Vöth, M. Cehlár, J. Janocko, M. Straka, D. Nuray, D. Szurgacz, M. Petrova, Y. Tan, A. Abay
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
One way to describe the evolution of the modern knowledge base in the Russian oil and gas sector (OGS) is to consider it through the dynamics and results of patent activity related to inventions.  ...  On the whole, we observe rising complexity of the industrial knowledge base of OGS, which responds to changes in the resource base of OGS and reflects world- wide trends of innovation-driven growth.  ...  Acknowledgement The paper has been written with financial support of the Russian Science Foundation (grant #19-18-00170).  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202017404004 fatcat:uwltu37dbvcormsahwmp2bflyq

Method of Retrieving a Web Browsing Experience Using Semantic Periods

Tetsushi Morita, Tsuneko Kura, Tetsuo Hidaka, Akimichi Tanaka, Yasuhisa Kato
2006 International Semantic Web Conference  
One type of semantic period is an "intensive period" which includes a lot of activity related to keywords, and the other type of period is an "active period" when a web page is actively shown in a window  ...  We describe a system which reminds users of not only the content of web pages but also which web pages we viewed in a session, why the pages were viewed, and what knowledge we acquire from them.  ...  One type of semantic period is an "intensive period," which includes a lot of activity related to keywords, and the other type of semantic period is an "active period" when a web page is actively shown  ... 
dblp:conf/semweb/MoritaKHTK06 fatcat:25vm3he2jbaitckmrhc2vaxwim

Preparing Child Care Health Consultants to Address Childhood Overweight: A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Web to In-Person Training

Sara E. Benjamin, Deborah F. Tate, Shrikant I. Bangdiwala, Brian H. Neelon, Alice S. Ammerman, Janice M. Dodds, Dianne S. Ward
2007 Maternal and Child Health Journal  
The main outcome of this study was performance on a test of nutrition knowledge related to childhood overweight measured by a 28-item multiple choice test administered pre-and posttraining.  ...  The purpose of this study was to determine if web-based training is as effective as in-person training.  ...  This paper reports results from a study that compared nutrition and physical activity knowledge among web and in-person trained CCHCs.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10995-007-0277-1 pmid:17713847 fatcat:d2m7blsjxrek5jogpjdt4btiqq

Extending a Web Browser with Client-Side Mining [chapter]

Hongjun Lu, Qiong Luo, Yeuk Kiu Shun
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present WBext (Web Browser extended), a web browser extended with client-side mining capabilities.  ...  When a user is viewing a page containing a large number of links, WBext is able to recommend a few links from those that are highly relevant to the user, considering both the user's interests and browsing  ...  When a user uses the browser to surf the Web, her activities are captured. The two types of knowledge are mined and accumulated in the knowledge base.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36901-5_18 fatcat:ybk4t2w4wbbzhawf54buguopfe

China's e-science knowledge grid environment

Hai Zhuge
2004 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
A type of uniform resource model will help encapsulate knowledge and metaknowledge to realize active clustered and fused knowledge services.  ...  . • A scientific activity execution mechanism executes and monitors activities submitted by the interfaces. • An evaluation mechanism evaluates scientific research results according to a set of criteria  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2004.1265879 fatcat:dffttads5nbllotf57o6vfej2y

Experiential Knowledge Mining

Sung-Hyon Myaeng
2013 Foundations and Trends® in Web Science  
the possibility of constructing an activity knowledge base out of the vast amount of textual data.  ...  participations and interactive communications among users in the Web 2.0 era have made it possible to elicit a vast amount of user activity information and personal experiences from the Web.  ... 
doi:10.1561/1800000021 fatcat:ym6g3kcy2rd6zbg7nuaikunze4

Knowledge Integration in Biomedicine: Technology and Community

T. Clark
2007 Briefings in Bioinformatics  
Knowledge is a true statement of belief, experimentally verifiable as truth by the activities of others.  ...  This special issue of Briefings in Bioinformatics, on Knowledge Integration and Web Communities, highlights a new generation of Semantic Web [1, 2] technology being used to weave together knowledge discovery  ... 
doi:10.1093/bib/bbm019 fatcat:ex5dardts5fz7gtcnzpacz46wm

Uses of Web 2.0 for Knowledge Management in Organziations: Mutiple Case Studies

Anupam Kumar Nath, Lakshmi S. Iyer, Rahul Singh
2011 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Web 2.0 is a set of Internet-based applications that harness network effects by facilitating collaborative and participative computing.  ...  Despite widespread popularity of Web 2.0 tools at the consumer level, it is still not well is understood how Web 2.0 is used by enterprises for Knowledge Management (KM).  ...  Level uses of Web 2.0 for KM KM activity Organization A Organization B Organization C Generation ▪ Generation of ▪ Generation of knowledge on ▪ Generation of knowledge on (KM activities for knowledge  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/NathIS11 fatcat:twycki73gjgojnl2vvit4e73nm

Web 2.0 For Knowledge Management in Organizations and Their Effects on Tacit Knowledge Sharing and Perceived Learning

Anupam K Nath
2015 AJIT-e Online Academic Journal of Information Technology  
Web 2.0 is a set of Internet-based applications that harness network effects by facilitating collaborative and participative computing.  ...  In this research we study the relationship between the use of Web 2.0 in KM and its effect on the tacit knowledge sharing and perceived learning.  ...  There are different Web 2.0-based KM activities that are not mandatory. Web 2.0-based KM has room for many voluntary activities such as maintaining one's own blog or contributing to a Wiki page.  ... 
doi:10.5824/1309-1581.2015.4.001.x fatcat:hnyyjomoezaqfccn23py5m3meu

Analysis of Corporate Web Sites as a Public Relations Tool, with Regards to Knowledge Management Process

Betül Özkaya, Selda Ene
2013 Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies  
The corporations that wish to create a successful web site and to perform their public relations activities on virtual environment, need to develop a system that can enable them to use the knowledge flow  ...  of a guide for the management of continuous knowledge flow that is generated inside and outside of the corporation, is aimed.  ...  a web site and perform successful public relations activities on the web, need to establish a system where they can effectively use the knowledge inside and outside of the corporation, the interaction  ... 
doi:10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n8p69 fatcat:wa24ep5qhzglzomcjpfkywl7uu
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