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A new trend for knowledge-based decision support systems design

Pascale Zaraté, Shaofeng Liu
2016 International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences  
Knowledge-Based Decision Support Systems (KBDSS) have evolved greatly over the last few decades.  ...  Based on the examination of literature, future research directions are recommended for the development of KBDSS in general and in particular to support decision making in service industry.  ...  Keywords used for the initial search were "knowledge base", "reasoning", "Web-based", "decision support" and "service systems".  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijids.2016.078586 fatcat:tjsjluu7djhrpdpmrupc55hhyu

A collaborative decision framework for managing changes in e-Government services

Dimitris Apostolou, Gregoris Mentzas, Ljiljana Stojanovic, Barbara Thoenssen, Tomás Pariente Lobo
2011 Government Information Quarterly  
In this paper, we address this challenge by presenting an ontology-based approach that: (i) enables systematic response of e-Government systems to changes by applying formal methods for achieving consistency  ...  Developing and maintaining e-Government services that can effectively deal with changes is a challenge for public administrations.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the European Commission for its funding and our partners in the OntoGov project for their contributions to the development of OntoGov.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.giq.2010.03.007 fatcat:nuy3aq6vvvb2veulgxz7ej2r4y

A Framework for E-Governance System using Linked Data and Belief-desire-intention Agent

Anthoniraj Amalanathan, S. Margret Anouncia, S. Vairamuthu, Magesh Vasudevan
2015 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
E-Governance systems are built for the government to interact with citizens and efficiently provide workflow between the organizations.  ...  A framework has been introduced to develop an E-Governance system in an evolutionary fashion where the core government model is deployed and further services are deployed over the core.  ...  The proposed framework aims at developing E-governance system which will be capable of being a Decision support system, Office workflow automation, providing services, Authorization on concepts, Agent  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2015/v8i15/54038 fatcat:hbw7ja7n3vctzeowpyxzjjz35e

Applying CommonKADS and Semantic Web Technologies to Ontology-Based E-Government Knowledge Systems [chapter]

Dong Yang, Lixin Tong, Yan Ye, Hongwei Wu
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To build a knowledge-based system (KBS) for e-government has proved to be an effective way to enhance the efficiency of handling governmental services.  ...  of domain ontologies, domain rules and task methods.  ...  As a result, we can take advantages of both CommonKADS and semantic web technologies to build a knowledge-based system to support the automatic reasoning of knowledge-intensive tasks within e-government  ... 
doi:10.1007/11836025_34 fatcat:3wcpdhfstzb2pmaaavvybkr5e4

Semantic Web Today: From Oil Rigs to Panama Papers [article]

Rivindu Perera, Parma Nand, Boris Bacic, Wen-Hsin Yang, Kazuhiro Seki,, Radek Burget
2017 arXiv   pre-print
The next leap on the internet has already started as Semantic Web. At its core, Semantic Web transforms the document oriented web to a data oriented web enriched with semantics embedded as metadata.  ...  The industries are diverse as they range from Oil & Gas exploration to the investigative journalism, and everything in between.  ...  Akanbi also evaluates the system with a case study where a prototype is built based on the ontological framework.  ... 
arXiv:1711.01518v1 fatcat:2zfblkjbo5enfkbzcbwwkquiue

Knowledge-based life event model for e-government service integration with illustrative examples

Abdullah Alqahtani, Haiyan Lu, Jie Lu
2014 International Journal of Intelligent Decision Technologies  
This paper proposes a semantic web-based ontology model for life events for e-government service integration created using a methodology that implements the model using the ontology modelling tool Protégé  ...  and evaluates the model using Pellet Reasoner and the SPARQL query language.  ...  Therefore, this paper suggests the development of an LEO for e-government services integration based on semantic ontology and an ontology-building methodology.  ... 
doi:10.3233/idt-140188 fatcat:s7vvjpxnlzaffbou46rzyj62mm

Knowledge-Based Smart City Service System

Giuseppe D'Aniello, Matteo Gaeta, Francesco Orciuoli, Giuseppe Sansonetti, Francesca Sorgente
2020 Electronics  
The Smart City Service System is implemented as an ontology-based system that supports the decision-making processes at the government level through reasoning and inference processes, providing the decision-makers  ...  A case study related to the local public transportation service is proposed to demonstrate the feasibility and validity of the framework.  ...  Both in Γ.2 and Γ.3, ontology reasoning (e.g., based on Description Logic) and rule-based reasoning (e.g., based on SPARQL/SPIN (https://www.w3.org/Submission/spin-overview/) and SWRL (https://www.w3.org  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics9060965 fatcat:hzo2le5scbhkxjo47mpm7zgmuu

Sensitivity Level-Based Citizen Personal Information Model for Privacy Protection

Abdullah Alqahtani, Haiyan Lu, Jie Lu
2015 Journal of Software  
This model has been implemented as an ontology that is machine-readable and can be shared among e-government service systems.  ...  Though ontologies for privacy have been suggested, they do not support citizens in setting up their privacy preferences based on various aspects of privacy policy, such as purpose, retention and consent  ...  This work has been supported by Center for Quantum Computation and Intelligent Systems (QCIS) of Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology at University of Technology Sydney, Australia.  ... 
doi:10.17706/jsw.10.1.42-55 fatcat:ien7ywxmunf6dgezogf6ncym3u

Ontology as a Backbone of the Enterprise Information Systems and Current Applications in Czech Republic

Vojtech Kusy
2013 Journal of Systems Integration  
I'm covering the most typical use cases and roles of ontologies in the enterprise information systems with a special section about the ontology-powered projects in Czech Republic.  ...  At the end I'm trying to answer the question where we are now and what is the expected future development in this area.  ...  MENTAL and K-Gate knowledge based systems (University of Defence, Brno) MENTAL and K-Gate 22 are ontology driven knowledge based systems for decision support built on top of Tovek server and Aion Topic  ... 
doaj:bd9cbe9274d04e9fb2fa5279af73b33d fatcat:d7nekv6c2fg65fdtpe4xfkbahi

An Ontology-Based Approach to Supporting Knowledge Management in Government Agencies: A Case Study of the Thai Excise Department

Marut BURANARACH, Chutiporn ANUTARIYA, Nopachat KALAYANAPAN, Taneth RUANGRAJITPAKORN, Vilas WUWONGSE, Thepchai SUPNITHI
2018 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
Two forms of organizational knowledge: global schema and standard practices were captured in form of ontology and rule-based knowledge.  ...  The organizational knowledge was deployed to support two KM systems: excise recommender service and linked open data.  ...  The scope of ontology-based KM system in our project focuses on applying ontology to support intelligent services and to publish open government data.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.2016iip0001 fatcat:kygbatapj5ep7clbogcup65pju

A process-oriented ontology-based knowledge management system for facilitating operational procedures in public administration

Ioannis Savvas, Nick Bassiliades
2009 Expert systems with applications  
The system also supports the interpretation of the legal framework, supplying civil servants, citizens and businesses with precedents and opinions.  ...  The Institute for Citizen Centred Service) [26] , show that a usual problem regarding citizen satisfaction from the e-government is the heterogeneity of the administrative acts i.e the decision depends  ...  Acknowledgement Ioannis Savvas is a phd candidate whose research is supported and funded by the Greek State Scholarship Foundation (ΙΚΥ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2008.05.022 fatcat:c6c2gdvd2jeezpkdvh6uvptcgq

Legal ontology of sales law application to ecommerce

John Bagby, Tracy Mullen
2007 Artificial Intelligence and Law  
The eGanges system (Gray 2005) provides a legal expert shell h LE h TYPESET MS Code : ARTI 13 h CP h DISK 44 U N C O R R E C T E D P R O O F 75 environment, and LODE (Aoki et al. 1998) is a legal ontology  ...  This paper then describes our 17 initial work in converting an expert system on the U.S. law governing the sale of goods from 18 Article II of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), into a knowledge-based  ...  For example, Groothuis postulates that expert systems 173 could be constructed to provide advice and decision support for sub-domains 174 such as the government administered social insurance experiment  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10506-007-9027-3 fatcat:owh3bhrjlfevvbgdiydpybmepy

An Ontological-based Model to Data Governance for Big Data

Alfonso Castro, Victor A. Villagra, Paula Garcia, Diego Rivera, David Toledo
2021 IEEE Access  
An example would be the PROVO ontology [31] (Provenance_Working_Group). Also, there exist ontologies that are the base of systems focused on situation awareness and decision making based on data.  ...  Now, we are studying an approach based on an ontology and a distributed and scalable system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3101938 fatcat:j4lqouaeq5gxfhihlcwd55wequ

A Disaster Document Classification Technique Using Domain Specific Ontologies

Qazi Mudassar
2015 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
Manual data collection and entry is one of the bottlenecks in conventional disaster management information systems.  ...  This paper presents an ontology-based document classification technique for automatic data collection in a disaster management system.  ...  Amailef Lu have proposed a similar system and proved its effectiveness to support case-based reasoning in m-government emergency response services [18] .  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2015.061217 fatcat:3plnwbxp6jayrbzndc7vtvzd4i

An Architecture for Semantic Navigation and Reasoning with Patient Data - Experiences of the Health-e-Child Project [chapter]

Tamás Hauer, Dmitry Rogulin, Sonja Zillner, Andrew Branson, Jetendr Shamdasani, Alexey Tsymbal, Martin Huber, Tony Solomonides, Richard McClatchey
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To exploit higher expressivity, we propose an architecture which allows for reasoning on patient data using OWL DL ontologies.  ...  We briefly discuss the treemap-based patient viewer which has been evaluated in the Health-e-Child project.  ...  The authors wish to acknowledge support provided by all the members of the Health-e-Child consortium in the preparation of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-88564-1_47 fatcat:4z5zxvriojh7fjxthhkphu4ema
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