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Ontologies and their Role in Knowledge Management and E-Business Modelling [chapter]

Hans Akkermans
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
We give an overview of recent developments, issues, and experiences in Semantic Webresearch, and especially discuss the role of ontologies in innovative intelligent eapplications.  ...  This paper discusses as a particular example the On-To-Knowledge project for ontology-based knowledge management.  ...  Other applications and case studies on the use of ontologies in e-business modelling have been published elsewhere (Akkermans, 2001, Gordijn and Akkermans, 200 1, Schulten et al. 200 1 ) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35621-1_8 fatcat:ollffggoh5gz5lsybvg4dlc4ly

A Knowledge Management Framework for Remote Maintenance

Jianwen Guo, Zhenzhong Sun, Rongyong Li, Haibin Chen, HaiZhou Xiao
2013 International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)  
In the model, maintenance business ontology provides a common understanding for maintenance business to share information for knowledge management, and knowledge integration network describes the relationships  ...  among role knowledge, task knowledge and equipment knowledge, to achieve the integration of maintenance business and knowledge resources.  ...  Knowledge Network Model for E-Maintenance iJOE -Volume 9, Issue 3, July 2013 PAPER A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR REMOTE MAINTENANCE Maintenance Role Ontology (MRO) E-Maintenance Business  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v9i3.2786 fatcat:3ut5tpgqfzfqle7hepvfd2vpn4

Ontological Approach Towards E-business Process Automation

Baolin Wu, Li Li, Yun Yang
2006 2006 IEEE International Conference on e-Business Engineering (ICEBE'06)  
The domain knowledge of e-business processes is conceptualised as an e-business process ontology that enables agents' communication in e-business application sharing and reusing.  ...  The framework helps in understanding the role of many proposed standards with respect to the building blocks and in identifying both overlaps and gaps among them.  ...  Based on the current e-business process standards and specifications available, we have introduced an innovative e-business process modelling framework that group them according to their roles and functionalities  ... 
doi:10.1109/icebe.2006.75 dblp:conf/icebe/WuLY06 fatcat:ilx7k2twxnbtjpqr5ucknfzwsi

The GRITIKA ontology for modeling e-service applications: formal specification and illustration

Hong Zhang, R. Kishore, R. Sharman, R. Ramesh
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
, and Agent) for modeling e-services applications in the Multiagent-based Integrative Business Information Systems (MIBIS) universe.  ...  In this paper we develop and discuss a special-purpose computational ontology (similar to the notion of conceptual grammar) termed GRITIKA (acronym for Goal, Role, Interaction, Task, Information, Knowledge  ...  Introduction Multiagent architectures have been proposed and utilized in various kinds of integrative business information systems (IBIS) [3] , including e-commerce, business process management, supply  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265214 dblp:conf/hicss/ZhangKSR04 fatcat:zp7ultgtszhbrpafimkneg4nue

Mapping Ontologies and Contexts: From Theory to a Case Study

Dmitry Kudryavtsev
2006 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence  
Ontologies are used actively as a knowledge representation, retrieval and navigation tool to improve knowledge sharing, exchange and communication.  ...  This case study describes Knowledge Navigator -a map that relates contents of Formalized Management methodology with the corresponding context in order to reach effective knowledge communication to end  ...  Now ontologies are already employed in portals, corporate memories, e-commerce and other knowledge management systems (see [1] , [2] , [11] ).  ... 
dblp:conf/ecai/Kudryavtsev06 fatcat:3diowqpnzzeapn62llmzzfhqpu

Knowledge Engineering Processes and Tools in Enter-prise Environments A Systematization Attempt

Vera Meister, Wenxin Hu, Mariia Rizun
2018 International Journal of Knowledge Engineering  
Index Terms-Taxonomy management, ontology management, knowledge engineering roles, knowledge engineering processes, classification of tools. I.  ...  The consultancy Gartner locates "Enterprise Taxonomy and Ontology Management" in its 2017 Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies in the heart of the "Through of Disillusionment" with an expectation of 5-  ...  Fig. 1 compares business analysts and knowledge engineers in their intermediary role.  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijke.2018.4.1.095 fatcat:z7ewbk2zxne2ffvz2zsx3qyht4

Web Service for Knowledge Management in E-Marketplaces

Rahul Singh, Lakshmi Iyer, A. F. Salam
2003 e-Service Journal  
A common strategic initiative of organizations engaged in electronic business (e-business) is the development of synergistic relations with collaborating value-chain partners to deliver their value proposition  ...  Infomediary organizations can serve the e-business need for exchange of knowledge and information through value-added knowledge services to participating firms in the value chain through intelligent software  ...  In such knowledge-rich environments, e-businesses must explicitly recognize knowledge and the processes and technologies for knowledge management and exchange across participants in their value chain  ... 
doi:10.1353/esj.2004.0013 fatcat:5ax4fyz2nfecllxbje5o3flpgy

Web Service for Knowledge Management in E-Marketplaces

Singh, Iyer, Salam
2003 e-Service Journal  
A common strategic initiative of organizations engaged in electronic business (e-business) is the development of synergistic relations with collaborating value-chain partners to deliver their value proposition  ...  Infomediary organizations can serve the e-business need for exchange of knowledge and information through value-added knowledge services to participating firms in the value chain through intelligent software  ...  In such knowledge-rich environments, e-businesses must explicitly recognize knowledge and the processes and technologies for knowledge management and exchange across participants in their value chain  ... 
doi:10.2979/esj.2003.3.1.32 fatcat:nl54kat4bfa2rdl4z3gtaf5qvu

Development of Knowledge Integration Model for E-Maintenance

Jianwen Guo, Jianjun Zou, Haibin Chen
2013 Research Journal of Applied Sciences Engineering and Technology  
The proposed model was made up of the relationships among role knowledge, task knowledge and equipment knowledge, to achieve the integration of maintenance business and knowledge resources.  ...  To improve the efficiency of knowledge management and so as to improve the quality of e-maintenance work, a knowledge integration model for e-maintenance was proposed.  ...  BUSINESS OPERATIONAL MODEL FOR E-MAINTENANCE The business operational model for e-maintenance is shown as in Fig. 1 .  ... 
doi:10.19026/rjaset.5.4947 fatcat:bp2qvenkzndjxofj6i6g3cfqhy

Knowledge Management with Multi-Agent System in BI Systems Integration [chapter]

Dejan Lavbi
2012 E-Business - Applications and Global Acceptance  
Report of findings with explanation. www.intechopen.com Knowledge Management with Multi-Agent System in BI Systems Integration 69 www.intechopen.com E-Business -Applications and Global Acceptance  ...  This huge amount of data is managed in some extent, but knowledge workers, managers, and executives still have to spend much of their working time reading dozens of various types of electronic documents  ...  Knowledge Management with Multi-Agent System in BI Systems Integration, E-Business -Applications and Global Acceptance, Prof.  ... 
doi:10.5772/34229 fatcat:a46vck5zfnda5kriqcvkszjdmq

Application of Process Ontology to Improve the Funding Allocation Process at the European Institute of Innovation and Technology [chapter]

Matteo Arru
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Starting from the Business Process Model, applying text-mining techniques we extract the ontology elements from the activity description and converted into an Ontology of the process domain.  ...  By the critical analysis of the information contained in the model, we gain the relevant information to improve the current approach.  ...  (De la Fuente & Ciccone, 2002) Complex organizations use to model and manage their processes using Business Process Management (BPM) tools.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10178-1_11 fatcat:vejcgokak5f5zct4gjk2xoqkae

Managing Knowledge in Collaborative Software Maintenance Environment [chapter]

Mohd Zali Mohd Nor, Rusli Abdullah, Masrah Azrifah Azmi Murad, Mohd Hasan
2010 Knowledge Management  
Conclusion In recent years, many organizations consider knowledge management (KM) to be strategically important to their business.  ...  knowledge, such as roles and resources.  ...  Towards the end of the book the ontological side of knowledge management is illuminated. The book ends with two special applications of knowledge management.  ... 
doi:10.5772/9558 fatcat:jdp6gpfr4batzkrujaaqndy3au

CBM-Of-TRaCE: An Ontology-Driven Framework for the Improvement of Business Service Traceability, Consistency Management and Reusability

Aida Erfanian, Nima Karimpour
2012 International Journal of Soft Computing and Software Engineering [JSCSE]  
In this paper, we represent CBM-Of-TRaCE which is an ontological framework that integrates two aspects of business components: conceptual and methodology.  ...  We evaluate our framework through some aspects such as support and facilitation for a business from five different aspects: service-orientation, business process, management integration, reusability improvement  ...  Through the past years ontologies have proved their strong role in domains like enterprise knowledge management [13] .  ... 
doi:10.7321/jscse.v2.n7.7 fatcat:h2xcekemnnfw7kvbwaqs6gol4i

Agents for e-business applications

A. Negri, A. Poggi, M. Tomaiuolo, P. Turci
2006 Proceedings of the fifth international joint conference on Autonomous agents and multiagent systems - AAMAS '06  
The framework has been experimented and evaluated in the realization of a simple, but realistic, prototype of an e-travelling system. The results, though still preliminary, are quite encouraging.  ...  On the other hand, ontologies enable agents to communicate in a semantic way, exchanging messages which convey information according to explicit domain ontologies.  ...  Considering their peculiar features and the role they should play in an e-business scenario, it is evident that agents do not necessarily offer new functionalities.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1160633.1160795 dblp:conf/atal/NegriPTT06 fatcat:2xx5uuwex5bw7dohhfdwtfxg4m

Innovation in user-centered skills and performance improvement for sustainable complex service systems

Waldemar Karwowski, Tareq Z. Ahram
2012 Work : A journal of Prevention, Assesment and rehabilitation  
The rest of the paper cover topics in human factors and sustainable business process modeling for the service industry, and illustrates the user-centered service system development cycle with the integration  ...  This paper introduces the knowledge-based user-centered service design approach for sustainable skill and performance improvement in education, design and modeling of the next generation of complex service  ...  The Center for Business Knowledge has identified four pillars of knowledge management, shown in Figure 1 : People, Process, Culture and Technology.  ... 
doi:10.3233/wor-2012-0063-3923 fatcat:bnpba7fwhncalia3gcwuk33cgm
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