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About Some Relationships between Knowledge and Context [chapter]

J. -C. Pomerol, P. Brézillon
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We also introduce the notion of context with its main components. Then, we stress the differences between knowledge and context.  ...  In this paper, we compare the two concepts of context and knowledge which, obviously, share some common aspects.  ...  In some sense, context is knowledge about the instantiation of know how, it is the framework which reveals know how.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44607-9_44 fatcat:wo6a3mk7v5bvzbxorq3t25ypia

Reasoning with Multilevel Contexts in Semantic Metanetworks [chapter]

Vagan Y. Terziyan, Seppo Puuronen
2000 Applied Logic Series  
of it in some context and the context itself are known; to derive unknown knowledge about a context when it is known how the knowledge is interpreted in this context; to transform knowledge from one context  ...  The second level presents relationships of metacontexts i.e. contexts of contexts, and so on at the higher levels.  ...  This problem occurs when some knowledge has been interpreted in some context and we have all knowledge about this context and knowledge that is the result of interpretation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-015-9397-7_7 fatcat:hcaew7e7uvgypdxlsaku4zvxjm

Ubiquitous learning analytics in the real-world language learning

Kousuke Mouri, Hiroaki Ogata
2015 Smart Learning Environments  
This allows the learner to understand the relationship between knowledge about the plant and the place where he or she learned it.  ...  Examples of some positive comments are as follows: "It is very beneficial to find links between my knowledge and other learners' contexts.  ...  Authors' contributions KM carried out design of the ubiquitous learning analytics study, collection and assembly of data, and analysis and interpretation of data.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-015-0023-x fatcat:jdzjpiob4zdiviqfoyftcj2qym

Facets and Typed Relations as Tools for Reasoning Processes in Information Retrieval [article]

Winfried Gödert
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Faceted arrangement of entities and typed relations for representing different associations between the entities are established tools in knowledge representation.  ...  Faceted arrangement can be used as a se-lection tool for the semantic knowledge modeled within the knowledge repre-sentation.  ...  This interpretation is primarily based on the user's knowledge and formally supported only by providing some different types of relationships between the entities.  ... 
arXiv:1409.0491v1 fatcat:yrw4xw3h7jchhicbsmval736wu

Modeling user context with applications to media retrieval

Ankur Mani, Hari Sundaram
2006 Multimedia Systems  
Context is the dynamic subset of knowledge that affects the communication between entities.  ...  In this paper, we develop a theoretical understanding of multi-sensory knowledge and user context and their interrelationships.  ...  The superset of these conditions is knowledge about the communicating entities and the environment. We now discuss the definition of knowledge and its relationship to the context.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00530-006-0054-9 fatcat:jxeoqotcqbbc5dixon7jkqc3xm

Context Modeling for Context-Aware Systems

Dennis Lupiana
2017 International Journal of Intelligent Computing Research  
A context model, which is a product of context modeling, provides a systematic way of identifying and representing knowledge about users' environment in context-aware architecture.  ...  Through this knowledge, and its sensing and reasoning capabilities, a context-aware architecture is able to determine what is going on in the environment and share this knowledge with context-aware systems  ...  Ciaran O'Driscoll and Prof. Brendan O'Shea of the Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland.  ... 
doi:10.20533/ijicr.2042.4655.2017.0099 fatcat:vypojtkryjeclaa3jzjfikqayi

Continuous Requirements Engineering in Sociotechnical Systems: Challenges and Solutions

Marite Kirikova
2021 Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference  
Continuous requirements engineering in sociotechnical systems faces the challenges that originate from diverse and fast changes in systems contexts, project-based issues, and the multi-systems nature of  ...  The interplay of these challenges and reported suggested treatments point to the necessity for flexible frameworks and new ways of knowledge management in systems development projects that concern sociotechnical  ...  and adequate knowledge acquisition and distribution; and establishing and representing well recognizable relationships between knowledge components used in systems development.  ... 
dblp:conf/apsec/Kirikova21 fatcat:j3he56c52fb4dogbmp3utu4kiy

An interoperable context sensitive model of trust

Indrakshi Ray, Indrajit Ray, Sudip Chakraborty
2008 Journal of Intelligent Information Systems  
The trust relationship between a truster and a trustee is associated with a context and depends on the experience, knowledge, and recommendation that the truster has with respect to the trustee in the  ...  We show how our model can measure trust and compare two trust relationships in a given context. Sometimes enough information is not available about a given context to evaluate trust.  ...  We begin by giving a formal definition of context and later describe the relationships between contexts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10844-007-0049-9 fatcat:kv5bmo3axzcqdljx77mjtf5yau

A Qualitative investigation of home-school relationships and children's mathematics learning in–and out-of-school in Bahrain

Osama Al-Mahdi
2010 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The results indicated that there were variation between the different groups of parents and between parents and teachers in terms of their perceptions about home-school relationships and mathematics learning  ...  in different contexts.  ...  O'Toole and Abreu, 2003) who used the sociocultural framework to investigate parents' perspectives about their children's mathematics learning and tried to know more about the relationship between children's  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.12.059 fatcat:6k6jsrf2ijfyxdnbnf643tcv4q

Inferring Pre-service Science Teachers' Understanding of Science by Using Socially Embedded Pseudoscientific Context

Duygu Metin, Hamide Ertepinar
2016 International Journal of Education in Mathematics Science and Technology  
There are also some studies investigating relationship between belief in pseudoscience and science knowledge, attitude toward science, and scientific literacy.  ...  Most of them revealed that there is no relationship between science knowledge and belief in pseudoscience.  ...  Do you think that there is a relationship between occurrence of an earthquake and solar eclipse? i. If so, explain this relationship? ii.  ... 
doi:10.18404/ijemst.93129 fatcat:f7s3bgzefvhojgpaov2fishf3e

Using visual representation of concepts to explore users and designers' concepts of everyday products

Marianella Chamorro-Koc, Vesna Popovic, Michael Emmison
2008 Design Studies  
Cultural background has been found to influence concepts about product usability and its context of use.  ...  and its context of use.  ...  -The user's and the designer's knowledge domains illustrate the main differences between their concepts about product usability (principle knowledge vs. descriptive knowledge).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.destud.2007.12.005 fatcat:akrg5umqnbdkrkbhbr5mddyv34

Mental Computation with Rational Numbers: Students' Mental Representations

2017 Journal of Mathematics Education  
School contexts and daily life experience, where students' are involved when learning about numbers and operations, seem to be key promoters of mental representations.  ...  These mental representations reflect our mathematical and real world knowledge, and both are essential to perform mental computation and to relate numbers and operations.  ...  Numerical facts used by students in mental computation involve, for example, knowledge about the results of some operations (sums, differences, products, and quotients) or relationships among numbers and  ... 
doi:10.26711/007577152790010 fatcat:un6q34fiubabhjw6z4okdos2ue

Using DAM to drive workflow: A concept for transforming information into knowledge

Bob Schaffel
2006 Journal of Digital Asset Management  
To create knowledge, an additional dimension of information must be revealed and managed: the relationships between entities.  ...  The essence of workfl ow is monitoring and tracking the dynamic and volatile relationships within a process, and correlating the relationships between the clusters. This is the essence of context.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.dam.3650022 fatcat:g3pfq7h4vrhunmyq54rsjgqkh4

On the other end of research: exploring community-level knowledge exchanges in small-scale fisheries in Zanzibar

Viola Hakkarainen, Tim M. Daw, Maria Tengö
2019 Sustainability Science  
The study concludes that as KE is a complex and dynamic process and that (i) history and relationships between actors shape the outcomes of KE, (ii) KE includes more than knowledge-based processes and  ...  First, we address context by examining perceptions of research held by actors at community level and patterns of interactions and flows of benefits between external researchers and local actors including  ...  References Agrawal A (1995) Dismantling the divide between indigenous and scientific knowledge. Dev Chang 26 (3)  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11625-019-00750-4 fatcat:fqy2j7d42zdivcamzmd6zzsocy

Towards Information and Knowledge in Product Realization Infrastructures [chapter]

John J. Mills, Jan Goossenaerts
2001 Global Engineering, Manufacturing and Enterprise Networks  
As part of our definitions, we provide some brief examples of relationships and contexts in the product realization process and show that the manufacturing community has already started to manage knowledge  ...  Specifically, we highlight the importance of Ca) relationships or patterns in data and information, and Cb) context to understanding knowledge.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank the National Science Foundation for funding under, the Agile Aerospace Manufacturing Research Institute Grant No DDM 9320949 and the Information Technology  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35412-5_29 fatcat:osfbmhnufrgebd4ciuk6ktoe5q
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