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Roles and knowledge management in online technology communities: an ethnography study

T.R. Madanmohan, Siddhesh Navelkar
2004 International Journal of Web Based Communities  
Technical communities are groups who share a common interest in a technology.  ...  An understanding of the different roles the members of the community dawn at different phases, and the impact of the roles on knowledge management is crucial to manage and sustain such online technical  ...  The method requires the researcher to closely observe, record and engage in the daily life of another culture, and then write about it in descriptive detail.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwbc.2004.004800 fatcat:62hkv6weqncvbelit4asrqqibq

Semantic eBusiness

Rahul Singh, Lakshmi Iyer, A.F. Salam
2005 International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS)  
in the computer and engineering sciences to be beneficial to business and consumers.  ...  Advances in Semantic Web-based technologies offer the means to integrate heterogeneous systems across organizations in a meaningful way by incorporating ontology-a common, standard, and shareable vocabulary  ...  In addition, multiple notfor-profit and government processes are also potential application areas, including the health care industry for improving the management of medical records and e-government applications  ... 
doi:10.4018/jswis.2005010102 fatcat:nzqw6gpjgfgqhbjg5t2iaeniim

HNS Ontology Using Faceted Approach

Debashis Naskar, Subhashis Das
2019 Knowledge organization  
In this paper we show how the faceted approach helps us to build a flexible model and retrieve better information. We use the medical domain as a case study to show examples and implementation.  ...  Therefore, this study has been based on the premise that developing an ontology and using it as a component of the search interface in hospital records management systems will lead to more efficient and  ...  philosophy.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2019-3-187 fatcat:3z7uy5ixc5csjjppdx25ricz7a

Knowledge is the key to riches. Is the law (or anything else) protecting it adequately?

Dana Van der Merwe
2017 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal  
In the end, one has to turn to legal philosophy and concepts such as post-modernism and empiricism in order to try to find a satisfying answer.  ...  In the process some nice distinctions have to be made between data, information and intelligence and the various senses in which these terms are being used, depending on the context.  ...  The fact that Microsoft has spent so much time and effort in trying to patent its own 'flavour' of XML, called OOXML, 43 The matter is finally settled neither in the United Kingdom nor in South Africa.  ... 
doi:10.17159/1727-3781/2008/v11i4a2784 fatcat:lc6rdotetfak3j3dw2psek5cce

The semantic web: a brain for humankind

D. Fensel, M.A. Musen
2001 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
construction; and the reviewers, Adam Cheyer and Karl Pfleger for helpful comments on a draft of this article.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank our students, Dirk Wenke, and Raphael Volz for work on OntoEdit and Text-To-Onto.  ...  What will be required in the future is a new philosophy in customer interaction design.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2001.920595 fatcat:kdzifoh5gfbxrfticltuih3asq

Organizational knowledge and communities of practice

Elisabeth Davenport, Hazel Hall
2005 Annual Review of Information Science and Technology  
Many attempts to formalize medical records have been less successful than anticipated, because of lack of annotation.  ...  This is one of a number of studies of medical matters based on the theme of "good organizational reasons for bad records." (See, for example, Bowker and Star, 1999.)  ... 
doi:10.1002/aris.1440360105 fatcat:57ez3d4gyzc2hc4uprfk5lbnim

Information Technology's Failure to Disrupt Healthcare

Nicolas P. Terry
2012 Social Science Research Network  
argument can be made about the EMR (electronic medical record).  ...  For information on XML, see generally Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Fifth Edition), W3C (Nov. 26, 2008),; Introduction to XML, w3SCHOOLS.coM,  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2118653 fatcat:yr7hqv2rxvckxktt54amlvzxwq

Applying Semantic Web Services to Bioinformatics: Experiences Gained, Lessons Learnt [chapter]

Phillip Lord, Sean Bechhofer, Mark D. Wilkinson, Gary Schiltz, Damian Gessler, Duncan Hull, Carole Goble, Lincoln Stein
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we discuss three projects that are applying such technologies to bioinformatics: my Grid, MOBY-Services and Semantic-MOBY.  ...  Through an examination of the differences and similarities between the solutions produced, we highlight some of the practical difficulties in developing Semantic Web services and suggest that the experiences  ...  Luke McCarthy, and the National Research Council Canada for their advice, intellectual, and financial contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30475-3_25 fatcat:jplow662lzavhjxfp2kajy2ide

Medical knowledge management for specific hospital departments

Jose M. Juarez, Tamara Riestra, Manuel Campos, Antonio Morales, Jose Palma, Roque Marin
2009 Expert systems with applications  
Therefore, the main goal of this work is to define computational models and to design mechanisms for the effective acquisition and management of medical knowledge in real-life hospital departments.  ...  Finally, we illustrate its applicability in the Intensive Care Unit and Pediatry scenarios.  ...  Project TIN2006-15460-C04-01, and the Excellence Project P07-SEJ-03214.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2009.04.064 fatcat:wksm5axtqre6zeecyfedt63bsq

An Ontology-Based Electronic Medical Record for Chronic Disease Management

Ashraf Mohammed Iqbal, Michael Shepherd, Syed Sibte Raza Abidi
2011 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
It would not be possible for me to complete my work without his proper guidance, support, encouragements and patience.  ...  Medical Record Ontology in 2006.  ...  The term 'ontology' originated in metaphysics, a branch of philosophy, and is a study of 'being' or 'existence'.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2011.61 dblp:conf/hicss/IqbalSA11 fatcat:sxerihvrlffxxnl7qughysn5aa

Developing Corporate Taxonomies for Knowledge Auditability: A Framework for Good Practices

Ravi S. Sharma, Schubert Foo, Miguel Morales-Arroyo
2008 Knowledge organization  
The organisation of knowledge for exploitation and re-use in the modern enterprise is often a most perplexing challenge.  ...  In this practice-oriented article, the authors review the fundamentals of creating a taxonomy, the use of meta-data in a necessary process known as classification and the role of expertise locators where  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The findings reported in this article are part of the on-going efforts to develop formal methods and tools for knowledge management within the knowledge management programme of the Wee  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2008-1-30 fatcat:tx2cee2fl5f4hgsqhhpsub5lyq

SSWAP: A Simple Semantic Web Architecture and Protocol for semantic web services

Damian DG Gessler, Gary S Schiltz, Greg D May, Shulamit Avraham, Christopher D Town, David Grant, Rex T Nelson
2009 BMC Bioinformatics  
search engines, to allow clients to discover and invoke those resources, and to allow providers to respond with semantically tagged data.  ...  As an architecture, SSWAP establishes how clients (users of data, services, and ontologies), providers (suppliers of data, services, and ontologies), and discovery servers (semantic search engines) interact  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Doreen Ware of Gramene and Lincoln Stein as co-PI for support.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2105-10-309 pmid:19775460 pmcid:PMC2761904 fatcat:y37msdx7xffp3a7tc22intotba

PITES: Telemedicine and e-Health Innovation Platform [chapter]

Jos Luis, Mario Pascual, Adolfo Muoz, Pilar G. Sagredo, Ricardo Snchez de Madariaga, Carlos H.
2013 Telemedicine  
Sagredo, Ricardo Sánchez de Madariaga and Carlos H. Salvador *"ddress all correspondence to Telemedicine and e-Health Research Unit, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain  ...  This service accepts and returns extracts compliant with the standard reference model, codified in XML.  ...  The input of information is performed through an interface compliant with part of the standard which accepts extracts codified in XML.  ... 
doi:10.5772/57021 fatcat:7dayesvw65aa7iajwypcsr5duq

Ontologies for Knowledge Management: An Information Systems Perspective

Igor Jurisica, John Mylopoulos, Eric Yu
2004 Knowledge and Information Systems  
Intentional ontologies encompass the world of things agents believe in, want, prove or disprove, and argue about.  ...  The main objective of this paper is to survey basic concepts that have been used in Computer Science for the representation of knowledge and summarize some of their advantages and drawbacks.  ...  This research has been supported in part by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada, Communication and Information Technologies Ontario (CITO), and the Institute for Robotics  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10115-003-0135-4 fatcat:oa3i3emnojby5ccor7kx7m5xci

Engineering Polymer Informatics: Towards the Computer-Aided Design of Polymers

Nico Adams, Peter Murray-Rust
2008 Macromolecular rapid communications  
The computer-aided design of polymers is one of the holy grails of modern chemical informatics and of significant interest for a number of communities in polymer science.  ...  The paper outlines a vision for the in silico design of polymers and presents an information model for polymers based on modern semantic web technologies, thus laying the foundations for achieving the  ...  [80] In this way, knowledge can be codified quickly and complex knowledge systems can be developed.  ... 
doi:10.1002/marc.200700832 fatcat:zbkcc4fdhfavzlcsr6b2u2uide
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