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Knowledge Intensive CAD
Although rich in content, today's catalogs and libraries of catalogs and other information are poor in using domain knowledge to help designers to access information in catalogs and libraries during the ... In this paper, we describe a prototype system, ACTIVE CATALOG, that utilizes a rich body of domain knowledge to facilitate the access and consumption of library contents. ... We believe that an information-rich environment is a necessity for many users in the current Information Age and especially for engineers who have advanced demands. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35192-6_9 fatcat:gak37velwvavxehkktx25t6cwq
Ask for catalog giving representative installa- tions, engineering service and chimney design data. CONSOLIDATED CHIMNEY CO. ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS 6 S$. ... FREE INSPECTION SERVICE A Consolidated engineer will inspect your chimney at no inconvenience to you and when necessary, make recommendations for increased life and efficiency. ...
Electronic catalog contains rich semantics associated with products, and serves as a challenging domain for ontology application. Ontology is concerned with the nature and relations of being. ... In this paper, we present an ontological model of e-Catalogs, and design an Agent based personalized e-Catalog service system (ABPECSS), which achieves match user personalized catalog ontology and domain ... It is possible for e-business systems to offer diverse interoperable services by sharing well-defined e-Catalog model containing rich semantics. ...doi:10.7753/ijcatr0309.1007 fatcat:mmxov2r5wvazbnyfwj3wtbcu5a
When modeling recurring architectural decisions for reuse, the boundaries of the knowledge asset under construction must be defined in a scoping step. ... The resulting general-purpose decision identification method is validated by identifying 35 decisions that recur in enterprise application development and service-oriented architecture design. ... sections of pattern texts are particularly knowledge-intensive and provide rich input to the knowledge engineer. ...doi:10.1145/2361999.2362021 dblp:conf/wicsa/Zimmermann12 fatcat:xcm5fs6b2fdlxgzu3yqbwneu4u
Library Resources & Technical Services
The early automated catalogs of 1970s, mostly due to hardware and software limitations, had less functionality than card catalogs and were used by and designed specifi- cally for library staff trained ... '* Figure 1 displays an example of a search query for “digital libraries” in one of the major search engines. ...
Observations are given, including how routinization is a knowledge capture technique that aids both engineering analysts and product designers. ... Based on the multirepresentation architecture design-analysis integration strategy, this process creates catalogs of product model-based analysis models (PBAMs) -analysis modules that associate design ... analysis, design and manufacturing. ...doi:10.1504/ijcat.1999.004717 fatcat:h376dbl6wvaszblj5p7m6vlgx4
It has purposely been kept small in number but rich in its background of knowledge and experience. ... We must have a background of acci- dent investigation, pilot experience, engineering design education and experience, and actual field service ex- perience, and a knowledge of psychology and physiology ...
This paper describes the design of a model-based IAM system for production forecasting. ... Domain knowledge is captured through a formal modeling language that forms the basis for an intuitive user interface to the system. ... We are thankful to Will Da Sie (Chevron Corp) for sharing a wealth of domain knowledge, significantly contributing to the definition of the modeling paradigm for the production forecasting use case, and ...doi:10.1109/ccgrid.2007.11 dblp:conf/ccgrid/SomaBP07 fatcat:mtar4xkyfrbctlh2qkluouuw6y
Library Hi Tech News
services and collections. ... If this visit to UNLV is any indication, we will see more libraries designing space to meet the needs of an even greater user community inclined to access information in the "here and now." ... What changes will knowledge industries undergo in the near future? 2. What are the consequences for libraries? How will they treat: collections; cataloging; reference? ...doi:10.1108/lhtn.2002.23919gac.005 fatcat:cilutlu77vazjoeb4y5arx2blm
Such a direction will require paradigm shifts in library cataloging and in the design and development of online library catalogs that heed catalog users' longtime demands for improvements to the searching ... Google and other web search engines give people a good start, and, in fact, with Wikipedia links in hand, it gives them a runningstart, for building on their bare-bones, basic knowledge of a topic. ...doi:10.1045/january2007-markey fatcat:qyspyw66n5a6bdr2e6h3l4jdja
In Brief The library catalog as it exists today is a century-old tool that presents an array of challenges for its users. ... The manner in which users search for information has not changed since the inception of the paper catalog and its different indices. ... for a re-thinking of the design and arrangement of the catalog. ...doaj:d206e754d4bf4a7bab6ed7ca5e6188f7 fatcat:mefuwm55v5eg5jfkwrh7mjrila
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The lack of formal ways to extract, distill and standardize the embedded domain knowledge has been a barrier to effective and efficient customization. ... We present the issues based on an ongoing project to build a product ontology for a public procurement system. ... The ontology is a knowledge base, not only for the design and construction of product databases but also for search and discovery of products and services. ...doi:10.1007/11596370_8 fatcat:lcahhutxjvgy5bg7vtypesvkgi
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In addition, ISEN is an environment in which external associations, businesses, and organizations can develop value-added services that build on the rich metadata provided by the ISEN service. ... These search environments include not only databases, but digital libraries, institutional repositories, knowledge bases, online publicaccess catalogs (OPACs) and peer-to-peer (P2P) systems. ... ISEN would provide a registration service for a nominal cost that would include the services of a cataloger. ...doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.10.572 fatcat:5qvutyxn7vddnj2ymko2ls2jyq
has played an important role in promoting the CULA development, which has independently designed and developed an online cooperative cataloging system and an online public retrieval (OPAC) system for ... It uses cloud computing (CC) technology to build a platform for cloud services and sharing, which is a model for the development of China's university library alliances (CULA) in the past 30 years, and ... The Online Alliance Center is based on the joint catalog database, with universities as its main service objects, and conducts online cooperative cataloging, cataloging data batch provision, cataloging ...doi:10.4236/oalib.1106689 fatcat:2fkonl76fzcgtjwv4jhykqqzp4
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