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NHS: A Tool for the Automatic Construction of News Hypertext

Theodore Dalamagas
1998 unpublished
This paper presents the NHS system, a system that automatically creates links for news hypertext which is tailored to the domain of newspaper archives.  ...  The automatic construction of hypertext is an important part of the hypertext authoring process.  ...  Dunlop for supervising this work. I also acknowledge the useful comments of Marcos Theophylactou and Yannis Theodoridis.  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/irsg1998.1 fatcat:zqphzkaspjgv3b6cjszx5wpawe

An information retrieval service to support clinical decision-making at the point of care

F Sullivan, M Gardner, K van Rijsbergen
1999 British Journal of General Practice  
We examine the extent to which information retrieval could support primary care consultations by examining the impact of the new technology at different stages of the consultation.  ...  We advocate a system whereby professional organisations concerned with quality of care, such as the Royal College of General Practitioners, might contribute the the process.  ...  (Case-based reasoning for IR has been used with some success in the domain of law. 41 ) • Automatic query construction -in which information from an electronic medical record is used to construct the query  ... 
pmid:10824349 pmcid:PMC1313590 fatcat:eiihzdyljjhgvojxkcxvgnetie

Reusing Knowledge and Leveraging Technology to Reduce Design and Construction Costs [chapter]

Herbert Robinson, Chika Udeaja
2015 Design Economics for the Built Environment  
Introduction Construction is a vast industry accounting for a significant proportion of Gross Domestic Product and employing millions of people.  ...  Construction projects have a history of not delivering on time, budget and within the scope of the project.  ...  Skandia AFS also reduced the time taken to open an office in a new country from seven years to seven months by identifying a standard set of techniques and tools, which could be implemented in any new  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118944790.ch16 fatcat:5mjd6p27tberjevrsdi2favx5m

Using a hypertext environment for teaching process writing: An evaluation study of three student groups

Linda Lohr, Steven M. Ross, Gary R. Morrison
1995 Educational technology research and development  
Hypertext may be a promising tool for addressing the problems related to implementing the strategies of processing writing within a classroom structure.  ...  New York: Macmillan. Calkins, L. M. (1986). The art of teaching writing. Exeter, NH: Heinemann. Clark, R. E. (1989). Current progress and future directions for research in instructional technology.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02300471 fatcat:k3r3f7yolfbe7aadlqnbrnyg4m

Hunter gatherer

M. C. schraefel, Yuxiang Zhu, David Modjeska, Daniel Wigdor, Shengdong Zhao
2002 Proceedings of the eleventh international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '02  
We report here on that design development, as well as on the evaluations of the tool that evolved from that process, and the future work stemming from these results, in which our critical question is:  ...  Our research shows that while the practice of making collections of content from within Web pages is common, it is not frequent, due in large part to poor interaction support in existing tools.  ...  With the automatic capture of the URL, the prototype partially met our third design requirement for automatic capture of enough information for the collection to continue to be useful to the user.  ... 
doi:10.1145/511446.511469 dblp:conf/www/SchraefelZMWZ02 fatcat:elmtwh5dlbc7fmx2xmxxxhgehy

Hunter gatherer

M. C. schraefel, Yuxiang Zhu, David Modjeska, Daniel Wigdor, Shengdong Zhao
2002 Proceedings of the eleventh international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '02  
We report here on that design development, as well as on the evaluations of the tool that evolved from that process, and the future work stemming from these results, in which our critical question is:  ...  Our research shows that while the practice of making collections of content from within Web pages is common, it is not frequent, due in large part to poor interaction support in existing tools.  ...  With the automatic capture of the URL, the prototype partially met our third design requirement for automatic capture of enough information for the collection to continue to be useful to the user.  ... 
doi:10.1145/511467.511469 fatcat:nixdl643kvh2zgm4sij2brwbma

Guidelines in healthcare: the experience of the Prestige project

C Gordon, M Veloso
1999 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
The paper reports the work and results of Prestige: Guidelines in Healthcare, a large EU project designed to applying ICT to assist the application of clinical practice guidelines.  ...  hypertext.  ...  for recommended actions, • the Application EPR, invoked by the Protocol Manager to evaluate a Subject Phenomenon expression which may be constructed using coded terminology constructs local to that EPR  ... 
pmid:10724991 fatcat:trdcwnbr2bfndgcgodscf4vyqm

Teaching new media composition studies in a lifelong learning context

Jill Jameson, David Squires
2000 Research in Learning Technology  
A number of important governmental funding initiatives have recently been extended to the development of ILT in further education, which provides a particularly appropriate environment for lifelong learning  ...  Such strategies can empower students to derive benefits from multimedia composition if close attention is given to the setting up of the learning environment: a teachers' model for supporting novice hypermedia  ...  Research by Bereiter and Scardamalia (1987) , the ideas of Sharpies on writing as creative design (1996), Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the following for their help and support in this  ... 
doi:10.1080/0968776000080306 fatcat:bp5dwlfp25dl3j3svimhrmsuhm

Teaching new media composition studies in a lifelong learning context

Jill Jameson, David Squires
2011 Research in Learning Technology  
In support of this vision the government is funding ventures such as the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Learning Centres initiative - 'a new programme designed to help bridge the gap  ...  Central to this idealistic notion is the view that continuous updating in ICT skills will play a vital part in the self-empowerment of individual learners.  ...  Research by Bereiter and Scardamalia (1987) , the ideas of Sharpies on writing as creative design (1996), Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the following for their help and support in this  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v8i3.12004 fatcat:j3fipamhofgzbkgtatasaih3ba

National electronic Library for Health (NeLH)

J A M. Gray, S. de Lusignan
1999 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
NHS information strategy At the end of 1998 the new information strategy Information for Health was published, the culmination of an intensive project led by Frank Burns. 4 The information strategy is  ...  health care, patient choice, and clinical practice Key internet tools to be used in the NeLH include a web browser to view the internet, hypertext links between documents, search engines to find information  ...  Competing interests: Both authors have academic sessions funded by the NHS Information Authority, the funding body of the NeLH.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.319.7223.1476 pmid:10582933 pmcid:PMC1117204 fatcat:z2ko6vhrdjfzhkczhud7naztgy

Automatic Report Generation from Ontologies: The MIAKT Approach [chapter]

Kalina Bontcheva, Yorick Wilks
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presented an approach for automatic generation of reports from domain ontologies encoded in Semantic Web standards like OWL.  ...  The paper identifies the challenges that need to be addressed when generating text from RDF and OWL and demonstrates how the ontology is used during the different stages of the generation process.  ...  It also comes with a number of user-friendly tools for providing lexicalisations for the concepts and properties in the ontology [8] , thus making it easier for non-specialists to customise a generator  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27779-8_28 fatcat:3gg4ml4b4zeu3dbhasycsyugdy

How computers can help to share understanding with patients

Frank Sullivan, Jeremy C Wyatt
2005 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Problems are solved by adapting new solutions to similar problems that have already been solved x Automatic query construction-Information from an electronic medical record is used to construct the query  ...  assigned by a peer group (for example, by all the breast surgeons in Scotland or a group of radiologists in New England) for mutual reference x Case based reasoning-A generic approach to problem solving  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.331.7521.892 pmid:16223824 pmcid:PMC1255803 fatcat:4r7vpsfutncoldt5mhqwntspca

THE STRATEGISTS SOFTWARE DIRECTORY

1994 Journal of Business Strategy  
Pro- vides techniques for identifying trends and extrapolating them into future peri- ods. Provides tools for estimating the substitution of new strategies, products, or processes for older ones.  ...  Price/$1,200, Windows 3.0. a OBE DOS Diagnostic Audit Kuczmarski & Assoc. Guides user through the process of developing a new product for a com- pany.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eb039615 fatcat:7imbcjqrazhpze5n4nrq5py3gu

Open data models for smart health interconnected applications: the example of openEHR

Hans Demski, Sebastian Garde, Claudia Hildebrand
2016 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
The capabilities for automatic creation of implementation artefacts (e.g., data entry forms) are demonstrated.  ...  Results: A comprehensive infrastructure for model-driven engineering of electronic health records is presented using the example of the openEHR framework.  ...  The construction of systems can profit from ODMs in various ways; the level of integration and automatization of processes may vary.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-016-0376-2 pmid:27770769 pmcid:PMC5075152 fatcat:zeby4ofllbbg5g47uool2g6jn4

Knowledge Representation for Web Navigation

Simon Jupp, Robert Stevens, Sean Bechhofer, Yeliz Yesilada, Patty Kostkova
2008 Workshop on Semantic Web Applications and Tools for Life Sciences  
Representations of knowledge are important in many tasks, one of which is the support of travel around information spaces through the identification and linking of concepts in a field.  ...  In this paper we explore how representations of ontologically informal, semantically weak domain knowledge as captured by the Simple Knowledge Organisation System (SKOS) can enable a system to take advantage  ...  Acknowledgements Funding by the Sealife project (IST-2006-027269) for Simon Jupp is kindly acknowledged. Yeliz Yesilada was supported by Sun Microsystems Laboratories.  ... 
dblp:conf/swat4ls/JuppSBYK08 fatcat:fmyef7io4varfcj36z3rpby3mq
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