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The Increasing Role of Semantics in Object Modeling

Willem F. Bronsvoort, Rafael Bidarra, Hilderick A. van der Meiden, Tim Tutenel
2010 Computer-Aided Design and Applications  
This observation is discussed in some detail for three modeling approaches worked on in our research group: feature modeling, including recent advances for freeform features, modeling families of objects  ...  Currently, a trend can be observed to add several types of semantics to object models.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The work of H.A. van der Meiden has been supported by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), and the work of T.  ... 
doi:10.3722/cadaps.2010.431-440 fatcat:pza4zxxjxzb77e3bpd664tmiem

Information tables with neighborhood semantics

Yiyu Yao, Belur V. Dasarathy
2000 Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery: Theory, Tools, and Technology II  
Information tables provide a convenient and useful tool for representing a set of objects using a group of attributes. This notion is enriched by introducing neighborhood systems on attribute values.  ...  The neighborhood systems represent the semantics relationships between, and knowledge about, attribute values.  ...  Objects may be clustered and classified based on their attribute values.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.381723 dblp:conf/dmkdttt/Yao00 fatcat:ktmpmyu64bbwxjusvzwrgvujxe

A specific cognitive deficit within semantic cognition across a multi-generational family

J. Briscoe, R. Chilvers, T. Baldeweg, D. Skuse
2012 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
We report a study of eight members of a single family (aged 8-72 years), who all show a specific deficit in linking semantic knowledge to language.  ...  All affected members of the family had high levels of overall intelligence; however, they had profound difficulties in prose and sentence recall, listening comprehension and naming.  ...  One interpretation of the deficit was that the affected JR family members have a diminished ability to generate mappings across distributed knowledge of words, objects and facts.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rspb.2012.0894 pmid:22719041 pmcid:PMC3415903 fatcat:5ojp5up7lzdhpgxl6dvbbb4bie

Clustering rule bases using ontology-based similarity measures

Saeed Hassanpour, Martin J. O'Connor, Amar K. Das
2014 Journal of Web Semantics  
Semantic clustering of rule bases may help users to more rapidly comprehend, acquire, and manage the growing numbers of rules on the Semantic Web.  ...  Rules are increasingly becoming an important form of knowledge representation on the Semantic Web.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank David Kao for sharing the THINHeart ontology for their analysis. This research was supported in part by NIH grant 1R01MH087756.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.websem.2014.03.001 fatcat:openfe5oirdhjdyqmjxk3ma7ca

Clustering Rule Bases Using Ontology-Based Similarity Measures

Saeed Hassanpour, Martin J. OOConnor, Amar K. Das
2014 Social Science Research Network  
Semantic clustering of rule bases may help users to more rapidly comprehend, acquire, and manage the growing numbers of rules on the Semantic Web.  ...  Rules are increasingly becoming an important form of knowledge representation on the Semantic Web.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank David Kao for sharing the THINHeart ontology for their analysis. This research was supported in part by NIH grant 1R01MH087756.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3199086 fatcat:7ud6rfo4cfd7tottuwcvk6njze

Comment on "Language Trees and Zipping" arXiv:cond-mat/0108530 [article]

Xiuli Wang
2009 arXiv   pre-print
The semantic here is used in the model-theoretic sense or denotation of the object.  ...  If encoding or strings of symbols is the adequate and true mapping of model or object, and the mapping is recursive or computable, the distance between two strings (text) is mapping the distance between  ...  Secondly ,the language tree may not be a family tree .Indo-European family of languages is not a concept that describe the family composed of descendants and their ancestor [6] .  ... 
arXiv:0903.3669v1 fatcat:5ukqnwk3r5e3fh25jipkrej65e

The similarity and diversity of semantic relations

Roger Chaffin, Douglas J. Herrmann
1984 Memory & Cognition  
Forty subjects sorted 31 cards bearing five example pairs of each of 31 semantic relations. Subjects were able both to distinguish the relations and to perceive their similarities.  ...  The five families were distinguished in terms of three properties of semantic relations: contrasting/noncontrasting, logical/pragmatic, and inclusionlnoninclusion.  ...  and models of semantic decisions.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03198427 pmid:6727635 fatcat:53jm2eatjbcoxe373m2bhp63z4

Semantic growth of morphological families in English

Regina Henry, Victor Kuperman
2013 Psihologija  
We demonstrate that the speed of growth and the size of the family depend on how early the shared morpheme is acquired and how many connections the family has at the time a new concept is incorporated  ...  book) and their shared morphemes (book).  ...  Acknowledgments We thank two anonymous reviewers for their feedback on the earlier draft of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.2298/psi1304479h fatcat:35ja55tqxrbkfgecyvjf3khm34

When Proper Names Become Verbs: A Semantic Perspective

Aurélie Héois
2019 Lexis: Journal in English Lexicology  
The evolution of meaning through time 72 Figure 5 shows the five main semantic families of the data and their evolution through time. 36 Figure 5 .  ...  PERSON IS AN OBJECT, and thus explains the BEHAVE family.  ... 
doi:10.4000/lexis.4681 fatcat:znk2oayjvrgilprcpek4jectee

Solving topological constraints for declarative families of objects

Hilderick A. van der Meiden, Willem F. Bronsvoort
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 ACM symposium on Solid and physical modeling - SPM '06  
We present the Declarative Family of Objects Model (DFOM), which enables to adequately specify and maintain family semantics.  ...  Parametric and feature-based CAD models can be considered to represent families of similar objects. In current modelling systems, however, the semantics of such families are unclear and ambiguous.  ...  Another difference with the Semantic Model Family is that the DFOM can represent both families of objects and single objects.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1128888.1128896 dblp:conf/sma/MeidenB06 fatcat:ml74n4akfzbtzosedntfnnlzrm

Solving topological constraints for declarative families of objects

Hilderick A. van der Meiden, Willem F. Bronsvoort
2007 Computer-Aided Design  
We present the Declarative Family of Objects Model (DFOM), which enables to adequately specify and maintain family semantics.  ...  Parametric and feature-based CAD models can be considered to represent families of similar objects. In current modelling systems, however, the semantics of such families are unclear and ambiguous.  ...  Another difference with the Semantic Model Family is that the DFOM can represent both families of objects and single objects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cad.2007.05.013 fatcat:kxhnvn32crhg7cgyvhq6ww25h4

How Many Kinds of Glue Hold the Social World Together? [chapter]

Brian Epstein
2014 Perspectives on Social Ontology and Social Cognition  
The family of copied objects is "glued together" by the fact that the reason for their being 20 See Epstein 2012a. 21 For a clear presentation of Millikan's picture see Godfrey-Smith 2004.  ...  For an object to be an instance of a pocket book more likely involves a generic function, rather than being tied to one single historical family.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-9147-2_4 fatcat:pe4anmdnybardhx5hwpgtdq5tq

Methods for exploring the semantics of the relationships between co-occurring UMLS concepts

A Burgun, O Bodenreider
2001 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
For each directed pair of concepts C1-C2: (i) the "family" of C1 was built, using the UMLS Metathesaurus, and we tested whether or not C2 belonged to C1's family; (ii) we used the semantic categorization  ...  of Metathesaurus concepts through the UMLS Semantic Network and Semantic Groups to represent the semantics of the relationships between C1 and C2.  ...  Department of Energy and the National Library of Medicine.  ... 
pmid:11604727 pmcid:PMC4299664 fatcat:i3zc7w4q6zgc7jtgmxzmu2twdm

Reasoning with Semantic Web Technologies in Ubiquitous Computing Environment

WenYing Guo
2008 Journal of Software  
The vast amounts of data about people, things and the environment will require new ways of handling, searching and presenting information.  ...  The Semantic Web is specially a web of machinereadable information whose meaning is well defined by standards so that both people and computers can understand.  ...  objects of discourse and their attributes.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jsw.3.8.27-33 fatcat:p3tiiowv3fhgpfrfunj56hppiu

BIM semantic-enrichment for built heritage representation

Davide Simeone, Stefano Cursi, Marta Acierno
2019 Automation in Construction  
Within this scope, this paper focuses on a domainspecific semantic-enrichment of BIM methodology, aimed at fulfilling semantic representation requirements of built heritage through Semantic Web technologies  ...  To develop this semantic-enriched BIM approach, this research relies on the integration of a BIM environment with a knowledge base created through information ontologies.  ...  The authors also want to acknowledge the work of Tommaso Asciolla in the conception and development of the BIM Semantic Bridge implementation, the work of Wissam Wahbeh for the development of the building  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.autcon.2018.11.004 fatcat:gs5kbo4yxze4jn4yxlrqh4q5wm
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