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A CONTEXT-AWARE TOURISM RECOMMENDER SYSTEM BASED ON A SPREADING ACTIVATION METHOD

Z. Bahramian, R. Ali Abbaspour, C. Claramunt
2017 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
As previous context-aware tourism recommender systems suffer from a lack of formal definition to represent contextual information and user's preferences, the proposed system is enhanced using an ontology  ...  Users planning a trip to a given destination often search for the most appropriate points of interest location, this being a non-straightforward task as the range of information available is very large  ...  INTRODUCTION Tourism has cultural, social, and economic effects on human communities. One of the main issues in the tourism domain is how to help a user to plan a trip to a given destination.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xlii-4-w4-333-2017 fatcat:nnf4lmyhkzbk5nywcq7gmyz6w4

Ontology Driven Approach for Effective Decision Making

Ashutosh V., Girish Kumar, Sandip S.
2016 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Decision maker needs relevant and meaningful information to help in taking decisions. Meaningful information retrieval is a challenge for effective decisionmaking.  ...  Use of ontology improves the relevancy and meaningfulness of the results in order to get more meaningful information for effective decision making.  ...  To make the decision making more effective, ontology is used as a domain knowledge in the proposed system.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2016911209 fatcat:pxajhjtwtbbujfcex5va5pvaiq

Validating procedural knowledge in the open virtual collaboration environment

Gerhard Wickler
2013 International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management  
Knowledge engineering is supported by domain analysis that may highlight issues with the representation. The main contribution of this paper lies in a reasonably informal description of the analysis.  ...  The procedural knowledge available to OpenVCE can be utilized in the environment through plans generated by a planner and given to the users as intelligent, distributed to-do lists.  ...  The University of Edinburgh and research sponsors are authorized to reproduce and distribute reprints and on-line copies for their purposes notwithstanding any copyright annotation hereon.  ... 
dblp:conf/iscram/Wickler13 fatcat:bpwyexehffd35kcjq2iitvbai4

Comparison of Indonesian Population Information System Service Performace Based On Information System Functional Scorecard Theory

Najla Alia Farah, Admaja Dwi Herlambang, Aditya Rachmadi
2021 Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science  
As a step of achieving vision and mission, implementing work functions and optimizing the utilization of information systems, the comparison of information system performance between information systems  ...  The Balikpapan Population and Civil Registration Office has implemented service automation by using an information system to support the population and civil registration administration services in Balikpapan  ...  In the first domain, Effectiveness of Information, 36 statements can measure the system effectively on its information.  ... 
doi:10.25126/jitecs.202163306 fatcat:4peoh64zdzdqbkqezjvvi7cae4

Automatic Acquisition of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis Ontology for Sustainable Risk Management

Zobia Rehman, Claudiu Vasile Kifor, Farhana Jabeen, Sheneela Naz, Muhammad Waqar
2020 Sustainability  
, and finally making it a part of complete knowledge management system.  ...  This method is initiated by domain experts who analyze all the associated risks to a product or process, their causes, severity, effects and mitigation actions.  ...  documents of the given domain.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su122310208 fatcat:pl7qopj56rhhrjxv5mm37pcyti

A Framework for Pedagogical Feedback in the Motor Skill Domain

Yulita Hanum P. Iskandar, Lester Gilbert, Gary B. Wills
2009 2009 Ninth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies  
Feedback in the motor skill domain via CBST may be synthetically designed to allow athletes to practise in a more effective way, and enhance their skill acquisition.  ...  A good CBST system includes not only good training strategies but also effective feedback design.  ...  Feedback systems incorporate embedded sensors and devices into the sports equipment and use sensors attached to the athlete to acquire information about learning processes and the achievement of intended  ... 
doi:10.1109/icalt.2009.17 dblp:conf/icalt/IskandarGW09 fatcat:xh7qjn6rd5fulor5eufsp4e4yi

The Effect of Domain Knowledge on Icon Visualization

Keng Siau, Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah
2003 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
the effect of domain knowledge on end users' interpretation of icons.  ...  Iconic interfaces are now the de facto interface for most computer systems.  ...  First, future studies can investigate the effect of different kinds of icons (e.g., symbolic, analogy, etc.) on user interpretation.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/SiauN03 fatcat:ovzaxoq2wjgahkcfsz35ygocam

Use of the Smart City Ontology for Relevant Information Retrieval

Natalya Kunanets, Halyna Matsiuk
2019 International Conference on Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Systems  
Different points of view on the concepts of ontology used in modern information technologies are covered and the definition of this term is given in this paper.  ...  They can accurately and effectively describe the data semantics for certain subject area and solve the problem of incompatibility and contradictory concepts.  ...  The ontology language is used to provide accurately defined information and is the common set of terms for describing and presenting the given data domain.  ... 
dblp:conf/colins/KunanetsM19 fatcat:v7wybuvbonef3j5dneu4o5poga

E-RES: A System for Reasoning about Actions, Events and Observations [article]

Antonis Kakas, Rob Miller, Francesca Toni
2000 arXiv   pre-print
The system derives sceptical non-monotonic consequences of a given reformulated theory which exactly correspond to consequences entailed by E's model-theory.  ...  E-RES is a system that implements the Language E, a logic for reasoning about narratives of action occurrences and observations.  ...  General Information E-RES is a system for modeling and reasoning about dynamic systems.  ... 
arXiv:cs/0003034v2 fatcat:dbemp6uabbhdva5ptjy4ke6dbm

Exploratory information search by domain experts and novices

Ruogu Kang, Wai-Tat Fu
2010 Proceedings of the 15th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '10  
Experts were also found to conform to each other more than novices in their choice of bookmarks and tags. Implications on the design of future social information systems are discussed.  ...  Based on the finding that domain expertise could influence search behavior in traditional search engines, we hypothesized and tested the idea that domain expertise would have similar influence on search  ...  Given that we did not collect data on query suggestions in this experiment, their effect could not be assessed; but their effects will be studied in our future study.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1719970.1720023 dblp:conf/iui/KangF10 fatcat:mmddp5blc5eptaqh6lem2a7pdm

Semantic Information Retrieval Using Ontology In University Domain [article]

Swathi Rajasurya, Tamizhamudhu Muralidharan, Sandhiya Devi, S. Swamynathan
2012 arXiv   pre-print
The objective of the work done here is to design, develop and implement a semantic search engine- SIEU(Semantic Information Extraction in University Domain) confined to the university domain.  ...  The system will be of great use to the developers and researchers who work on web. The Google results are re-ranked and optimized for providing the relevant links.  ...  The relative recall values estimates the retrieval effectiveness between Google and our system.  ... 
arXiv:1207.5745v1 fatcat:y5oteevywzc5bh64a7sowbxyhy

A combined knowledge and hypermedia system to attain educational objectives [chapter]

Andréa Bender, Anneli Edman, Lena Sundling
1995 World Conference on Computers in Education VI  
and problems in comprehending the complexity of the domain.  ...  By merging techniques from knowledge and hypermedia systems these problems may be alleviated. This paper presents the functions of such a hybrid system.  ...  The 'Miscellaneous Domain Knowledge' offers extra information. Additionally, the 'Why' button supplies information on the relation of one indicator with another and their mutual effects.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34844-5_8 dblp:conf/wcce/Bender-ObergES95 fatcat:jifwqvfh4ndg5gr437wbvovom4

Providing Scalability for an Automated Web Service Composition Framework [chapter]

Ertay Kaya, Mehmet Kuzu, Nihan Kesim Cicekli
2010 Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering  
The extracted information is used in a forward chaining algorithm which selects the potentially useful services for a given composition problem and eliminates the irrelevant ones according to the given  ...  In addition, the service storage mechanism utilized in the enhanced system presents an effective method to maintain large service sets.  ...  As these matches are independent of the given composition problem, the service domain can be analyzed and such matches can be found and recorded before trying to solve a given problem.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-90-481-9794-1_62 fatcat:2xu2qsk77zhhfnla5zebxmloza

Adjustable autonomy for cross-domain entitlement decisions

Jacob Beal, Jonathan Webb, Michael Atighetchi
2010 Proceedings of the 3rd ACM workshop on Artificial intelligence and security - AISec '10  
Cross-domain information exchange is a growing problem, as business and governmental organizations increasingly need to integrate their information systems with those of partially trusted partners.  ...  In this paper, we present work toward such a system, combining a lattice representation of access control decisions and client attributes with search through a space of cross-domain mapping relations.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the support and collaboration of the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Information Directorate.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1866423.1866436 dblp:conf/ccs/BealWA10 fatcat:7ubbr3kdjjhyxlgyvpwtmg3snm

A Framework for Goal-Based Semantic Compensation in Agent Systems [chapter]

Amy Unruh, James Bailey, Kotagiri Ramamohanarao
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The use of this component decouples the specification and use of failure-handling information from the specification of the agent's domain problem-solving knowledge, and reduces the failure-handling information  ...  We describe an approach to improving the robustness of an agent system by augmenting its failure-handling capabilities in a way that makes the system's behavior more predictable.  ...  First, for a given domain, and for some subset of the tasks the agent knows how to perform, we associate information about what needs to be achieved to clean up (e.g., compensate) a failure of that task  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04879-1_10 fatcat:br3ieebgfjd3loehvdvhrtvh6m
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