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Human-Oriented IoT-Based Interfaces for Multimodal Visual Analytics Systems

K.V. Ryabinin, K.I. Belousov, S.I. Chuprina, N.L. Zelyanskaya
2019 Scientific Visualization  
Ontology engineering is used to ensure flexibility and extensibility of the entire platform combined with the semantic power of its individual blocks: the behavior of SciVi is fully governed by underlaying  ...  All the mentioned steps are supported by the highlevel built-in mechanisms of SciVi visual analytics platform we created during the previous research and improved in the current work.  ...  Acknowledgements The reported study is partially supported by Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, State Assignment No. 34.1505.2017/4.6 (Research Project of Perm State University  ... 
doi:10.26583/sv.11.4.05 fatcat:ientvhctnzaljjayopt5f3zruu

SMART Public Enterprises using Semantic Knowledge Management

2020 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
The paper highlights the issue of Administrative style using New Administrative Management by merging Psychological Style and IT infrastructure support.  ...  The paper proposes an elaborated Transformation Process using Semantic Knowledge management through Ontology. The tool used in the transformation process is DROOL.  ...  This model will be encompassing current legal framework, Psychological factors and knowledge creation and information and communication technologies.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.d6984.018520 fatcat:dqakdbkykzhkfbgnu4iwkzl24i

Web Ontologies to Categorialy Structure Reality: Representations of Human Emotional, Cognitive, and Motivational Processes

Juan-Miguel López-Gil, Rosa Gil, Roberto García
2016 Frontiers in Psychology  
The proposed ontology has been tested in the field of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) to check if it is capable of representing emotions and motivation of the students in this context of use.  ...  This work presents a Web ontology for modeling and representation of the emotional, cognitive and motivational state of online learners, interacting with university systems for distance or blended education  ...  It has also been supported by InDAGuS (Spanish Government TIN2012-37826-C02) and INSPIRES, the Polytechnic Institute of Research and Innovation in Sustainability, Universitat de Lleida, Spain.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00551 pmid:27199796 pmcid:PMC4842902 fatcat:5l5rasodkjcapgp2u2oaqwi4si

An Approach for Identification of User's Intentions During the Navigation in Semantic Websites [chapter]

Rafael Liberato Roberto, Sérgio Roberto P. da Silva
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The capture of the user's intentions is achieved by the semantic enrichment of the log files and the use of and approach that takes into account the linguistic and cognitive aspects in the development  ...  This paper provides an approach to incorporating semantic knowledge to the process of identifying the user's intentions in the navigation of a website with semantic support.  ...  Acknowledgements Special thanks to CNPq -(Scientific and Technological Development National Counsel for financial support to the Post Graduation in Computer Science Program of the State University of Maringá  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-72667-8_27 fatcat:7ycebj57kvdp7gfgitb3bys7ja

The Cognitive Atlas: Employing Interaction Design Processes to Facilitate Collaborative Ontology Creation

Eric Miller, Christian Seppa, Aniket Kittur, Fred Sabb, Russell Poldrack
2010 Nature Precedings  
The Cognitive Atlas is a collaborative knowledge-building project that aims to develop an ontology that characterizes the current conceptual framework among researchers in cognitive science and neuroscience  ...  Support for Semantic Web technologies was also a priority in order to support interoperability with other neuroscience projects and knowledge bases.  ...  DESIGN PRINCIPLES • Know the users. Users of Cognitive Atlas will almost exclusively be researchers in the fields of cognitive psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience.  ... 
doi:10.1038/npre.2010.4532.1 fatcat:sxvghdmumbbzfltluekirlzne4

Combining ITS and eLearning Technologies: Opportunities and Challenges [chapter]

Christopher Brooks, Jim Greer, Erica Melis, Carsten Ullrich
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The development of Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) and eLearning systems has been progressing largely independently over the past several years.  ...  This paper provides possibilities for convergence of these two areas, and describes two of our experiences in providing an ITS-style approach to eLearning systems.  ...  The iHelp Courses project was funded in part by the University of Saskatchewan and the Government of Saskatchewan through the Technology Enhanced Learning program, as well as the Government of Canada through  ... 
doi:10.1007/11774303_28 fatcat:q3zumfy2pfayrcznam6g4wluzm

Personalized Students' Profile Based On Ontology and Rule-based Reasoning

Shaimaa Nafea, Leandros A. Maglaras, Francois iewe, Richard Smith, Helge Janicke
2016 EAI Endorsed Transactions on e-Learning  
Ontology-based semantic retrieval is a hotspot of current research, because ontologies play a paramount part in the development of knowledge.  ...  E-learning refers to the utilization of electronic innovations to convey and encourage training anytime and anywhere.  ...  Semantic Web and Ontologies The Semantic Web [37] is defined as "an extension of the current web in which information is given well-defined meaning."  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.2-12-2016.151720 fatcat:bwfamrnsvzcctallveqerwe2fi

Performance Analysis of SPARQL and DL-Query on Electromyography Ontology

Aditya Khamparia
2015 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
This paper presents a representation of medical knowledge in the form of EMG based neuromuscular ontological.  ...  Descriptive part of the knowledge base is realized as an ontology and procedural knowledge realized through set of production rules.  ...  Ontology Concepts Ontology Framework Ontologies provide a formal semantics that can be employed to process and integrate information on the web.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2015/v8i17/54090 fatcat:sqxkqvdr3bfz5b5yrlqthsc2fi

General Requirements of a Hybrid-Modeling Framework for Cyber Security

Alessandro Oltramari, Noam Ben-Asher, Lorrie Cranor, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin
2014 2014 IEEE Military Communications Conference  
In particular, we make the case for investigating the interplay between ontological underpinnings of cyber security and cognitive mechanisms of decision making in cyber operations.  ...  We claim that, by integrating ontologies and cognitive architectures in a hybrid-modeling framework, it's possible to rigorously characterize and simulate the core structures that govern the decisions  ...  take the form of computational ontologies and become software components, entering de facto in the spectrum of semantic technologies.  ... 
doi:10.1109/milcom.2014.28 fatcat:aywrxtnuzrbvlh6ncbgvxulccm

The Evolution of Social Ontologies

Nicolas Weber
2008 European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning  
The idea of representing knowledge in formal models gets more and more popular. Since these models are understandable and thus processable by machines, the retrieval of knowledge is facilitated.  ...  Furthermore, ontology based systems use these models to provide meaningful and semantically enriched data.  ...  Acknowledgement MATURE is partially funded under the FP7 of the European Commission within the unit for Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL).  ... 
dblp:conf/ectel/Weber08 fatcat:ee7gvjiwdjh23laxv7fadqthdy

Weaving Thoughts and Reality through Drawing: New Technologies and Emerging Cognitive and Epistemological Paradigms [chapter]

Lorenzo Ceccon, Vecchi Virginia
Recent advancements in digital technologies are further increasing the relevance of drawing as a means to create knowledge, especially as regards the purposeful interplay of humans and machines in devising  ...  However, drawing has shown a much greater potential for knowledge creation, as it can be purposefully used to link and connect ideas and aspects taken from reality, and according to some Scholars it is  ...  dualistic divide between humans and the physical world through the monism of an informational worldview, which entails ontological continuity between humans and artificial agents in a new informational  ... 
doi:10.3280/oa-693.121 fatcat:jvojc7z24rfspfb62tn3bzdaw4

IMS Compliant Ontological Learner Model for Adaptive E-Learning Environments

Othmane Zine, Aziz Derouich, Abdennebi Talbi
2019 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
Moreover, the suggested learner model takes advantage of the semantic web technologies that offer a better data organization, indexing and management and ensures the reusability, the interoperability and  ...  Furthermore, due to the use of ontologies, the metadata about a learner can be used by a wide range of personalization techniques to provide more accurate customization.  ...  The objective of the semantic web is to enable expressing information from the web in a natural and formal language that can be interpreted by intelligent agents.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v14i16.10682 fatcat:rjkajzfstvhq3iyfxywqiublju

From Reputation Models and Systems to Reputation Ontologies [chapter]

Rehab Alnemr, Christoph Meinel
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The components and functionalities of reputation models and systems are described briefly and the importance of developing and using reputation ontologies is highlighted within the emergence of the Semantic  ...  like semantic technologies.  ...  The advantage of defining an ontology using these technologies are: focusing on the representation of the semantics of the information, expressiveness, information reuse, easy discovery, and integration  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22200-9_10 fatcat:fheyvdyfg5ethishqkdfsm4u3a

A Conceptual Framework for Large-Scale Event Perception Evaluation with Spatial-Temporal Scales in Sustainable Smart Cities

Olga Pilipczuk
2021 Sustainability  
Finally, the cognitive map of global event perception factors is presented.  ...  The placemaking process is highly dependent on people's perception of places, events and situations in which they find themselves.  ...  Ontologies used in the geographic domain may include spatial and/or temporal information [60] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13105658 fatcat:djmjscxo7bapfoypd6u37kjlmu

A conceptual investigation of the ontological commensurability of spatial data infrastructures among different cultures

David J. Saab
2009 Earth Science Informatics  
the adaptive nature of human cognition in order to achieve semantic interoperability.  ...  In this paper I offer a conceptual investigation of SDI and explore the nature of cultural schemas as expressions of indigenous ontologies and the challenges of semantic interoperability across cultures  ...  It is this notion of being-in-becoming that also allows us to introduce the notion of culture to the study of ontology in information science and the creation of SDI.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12145-009-0037-4 fatcat:22vs3f2cx5dybobxh4qi27jgu4
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