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Data-Driven Granular Computing Systems and Applications

Ruidan Su, George Panoutsos, Xiaodong Yue
2020 Granular Computing  
Aswani Kumar propose an approach to merge domain ontologies using Granular Computing in their paper An Approach to Merge Domain Ontologies using Granular Computing.  ...  Based on the recommendations made by independent referees, eight high-quality papers were accepted for this special issue on Data-Driven Granular Computing Systems and Applications.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41066-020-00222-6 fatcat:ockd3jhe7favvnookoreowbkti

RelBOSS: A Relationship-Aware Access Control Framework for Software Services [chapter]

A. S. M. Kayes, Jun Han, Alan Colman, Md. Saiful Islam
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Using the RAAC model, we introduce an ontology-based framework, Relationship-Based access control Ontology for Software Services (RelBOSS).  ...  One of the main novelties of the framework is that it dynamically captures the relationship context information (the type/name, granularity levels and strengths of the relevant relationship).  ...  RelBOSS: The Ontology-Based RAAC Framework Based on our proposed RAAC Model (relationship and policy models), we in this section present an ontology-based framework, Relationship-Based access control Ontology  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45563-0_15 fatcat:qbow6nc7n5f2vepwcpqnplvz34

Context Obfuscation for Privacy via Ontological Descriptions [chapter]

Ryan Wishart, Karen Henricksen, Jadwiga Indulska
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The obfuscation process is supported by our novel use of ontological descriptions that capture the granularity relationship between instances of an object type.  ...  These requirements are specified using a preference model we developed previously and have since extended to provide granularity control.  ...  We are also developing a preference specification tool to conduct usability testing on our approach.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11426646_26 fatcat:pvh5sjh64nc7xlh4ml4zjbbmxy

Fuzzy Ontology Mining and Semantic Information Granulation for Effective Information Retrieval Decision Making

Chapmann C.L. Lai, Raymond Y.K. Lau, Yuefeng Li
2011 International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems  
One main component of the proposed computational model is the fuzzy ontology mining mechanism which can automatically build domain-specific ontology for the estimation of semantic granularity of documents  ...  Based on the notion of semantic information granulation, a novel computational model is developed to estimate the semantic granularity of documents; these documents can then be ranked according to the  ...  Our proposed ontology discovery method is based on previous work in computational linguistic and with the computational mechanism built based on the concept of fuzzy relations.  ... 
doi:10.2991/ijcis.2011.4.1.5 fatcat:gvpfbcbhsbhjrgjygi4me2f2jq

Fuzzy Ontology Mining and Semantic Information Granulation for Effective Information Retrieval Decision Making

Raymond Y.K. Lau, Chapmann C.L. Lai, Yuefeng Li
2011 International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems  
One main component of the proposed computational model is the fuzzy ontology mining mechanism which can automatically build domain-specific ontology for the estimation of semantic granularity of documents  ...  Based on the notion of semantic information granulation, a novel computational model is developed to estimate the semantic granularity of documents; these documents can then be ranked according to the  ...  Our proposed ontology discovery method is based on previous work in computational linguistic and with the computational mechanism built based on the concept of fuzzy relations.  ... 
doi:10.1080/18756891.2011.9727763 fatcat:qck4byizgbemzlssdyglwmwnpq

An Ontology-Based Approach to Context-Aware Access Control for Software Services [chapter]

A. S. M. Kayes, Jun Han, Alan Colman
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It includes a context model specific to access control, capturing the relevant low-level context information and inferring the high-level implicit context information.  ...  In this paper, we introduce a new Context-Aware Access Control (CAAC) Framework that adopts an ontological approach in modelling dynamic context information and the corresponding CAAC policies.  ...  It also captures the relevant high-level implicit contexts using the context reasoner based on the basic information in the ontology and the reasoning rules (e.g., Rule #1(a) and Rule #2(a) in Table 2  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41230-1_34 fatcat:z4bkennytfedjmfityj3ugkqda

Development of platform-independent multi-user choreographies for virtual worlds based on ontology combination and mapping

E. Silva, N. Silva, H. Paredes, P. Martins, B. Fonseca, L. Morgado
2012 2012 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC)  
Instead of a unique ontology, several ontologies with different levels of generality and granularity can be progressively combined to support the modeling requirements of a given choreography.  ...  Due to the heterogeneity of the various virtual worlds and their domain requirements, we propose exploiting the modularity, generality, and granularity dimensions of ontologies to simplify and empower  ...  It's based on an ontology-based representation of choreographies, and its transformation to various platforms through ontology mapping.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vlhcc.2012.6344502 dblp:conf/vl/SilvaSPMFM12 fatcat:x7vvd3n2mzaihde7jgy6wyvcse

On the Use of Semantic Abstract Workflows Rooted on Provenance Concepts [chapter]

Leonardo Salayandia, Paulo Pinheiro da Silva
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Two challenges related to capturing provenance about scientific data are: 1) determining an adequate level of granularity to encode provenance, and 2) encoding provenance in a way that facilitates enduser  ...  This paper describes relevant features of these technologies for addressing the granularity and interpretation challenges of provenance encoding and presents a discussion about their integration.  ...  tool, a Java-based editor for SAWs [5] . WDO-It! includes functionality to generate PML-encoding modules based on the activities identified in the process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17819-1_24 fatcat:x3hcb7wpa5fphkqnuhlghubu2u

Standardized description of scientific evidence using the Evidence Ontology (ECO)

M. C. Chibucos, C. J. Mungall, R. Balakrishnan, K. R. Christie, R. P. Huntley, O. White, J. A. Blake, S. E. Lewis, M. Giglio
2014 Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation  
Using ECO, annotation assertions can be distinguished according to the evidence they are based on such as those made by curators versus those automatically computed or those made via high-throughput data  ...  Abstract The Evidence Ontology (ECO) is a structured, controlled vocabulary for capturing evidence in biological research.  ...  Overton for invaluable discussion on modeling evidence. They thank Frederic Bastian and Marc Robinson-Rechavi of the SIB for including ECO in discussions of ways to capture confidence information.  ... 
doi:10.1093/database/bau075 pmid:25052702 pmcid:PMC4105709 fatcat:dpcrwmxwajbvbpl26mqk7vab7u

A context-sensitive conceptual framework for activity modeling

Rahul Deb Das, Stephan Winter
2016 Journal of Spatial Information Science  
In contrast, in human-computer interaction (HCI) research and in computer vision research activities taking place "along the way," such as "reading on the bus," are significant for contextualized service  ...  Three case studies will illustrate how the semantics of the term activity changes based on scale and context. They provide evidence that the framework holds over different domains.  ...  The framework has been developed based on a content-based ontology pattern which involves two independent ontologies: an activity ontology and a semantic trajectory ontology.  ... 
doi:10.5311/josis.2016.12.260 fatcat:bdc7uruqgbcvnjljb3xvsarf5i

The Evidence and Conclusion Ontology (ECO): Supporting GO Annotations [chapter]

Marcus C. Chibucos, Deborah A. Siegele, James C. Hu, Michelle Giglio
2016 Msphere  
Today, over 30 resources, including the Gene Ontology, use the Evidence and Conclusion Ontology to represent both evidence and how annotations are made.  ...  In addition to summarizing the evidence that supports a particular assertion, ECO also offers a means to document whether a computer or a human performed the process of making the annotation.  ...  Acknowledgements This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Award Number 1458400 and National Fig. 8 Filtering on evidence.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-3743-1_18 pmid:27812948 fatcat:l72bogmubjezxedcolzy4wn3mq

Ontology-coupled active contours for dynamic video scene understanding

Joanna I. Olszewska, Thomas L. McCluskey
2011 2011 15th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Engineering Systems  
This resulting knowledge-based vision system was demonstrated on real-world video sequences containing multiple mobile highly-deformable objects.  ...  The system obtained by coupling this ontology with active contours can study dynamic scenes at different levels of granularity, both numerically and semantically characterize each scene and its components  ...  On the other hand, our system allows not only simple queries like in state-of-art ontologies based on only one type of relations such as [9] , but also complex queries based on multiple criteria (spatial  ... 
doi:10.1109/ines.2011.5954775 fatcat:5bflnjchpbcsrerqfdistyj7hi

Measuring the importance of annotation granularity to the detection of semantic similarity between phenotype profiles [article]

Prashanti Manda, James P Balhoff, Todd J Vision
2016 bioRxiv   pre-print
language descriptions, and finer annotation granularity can also entail higher computational costs for particular reasoning tasks.  ...  In phenotype annotations curated from the biological and medical literature, considerable human effort must be invested to select ontological classes that capture the expressivity of the original natural  ...  Jackson for curation of the original dataset, along with the larger community of ontology contributors and data providers (http://phenoscape.org/wiki/Acknowledgments# Contributors), and useful feedback  ... 
doi:10.1101/086306 fatcat:assbordr7bfzxp4lxxuu5ogsbm

DISTIL: A Design Support Environment for Conceptual Modeling of Spatio-temporal Requirements [chapter]

Sudha Ram, Richard T. Snodgrass, Vijay Khatri, Yousub Hwang
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Using DISTIL we demonstrate that the annotationbased approach for capturing spatio-temporal requirements is straightforward to implement, satisfies ontology-based and cognition-based requirements, and  ...  We describe DISTIL (DIstributed design of SpaTIo-temporaL data), a web-based conceptual modeling prototype system that can help capture the semantics of spatio-temporal data.  ...  We describe an intuitive ontology-based grammar (Appendix) for annotation, which comprehensively captures semantics related to space and time.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45581-7_8 fatcat:zb3ed7unnbha7jmauuyvs2yafy

Integration and Beyond: Panel Discussion

W. W. Stead, R. A. Miller, M. A. Musen, W. R. Hersh
2000 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
It will be a very granular base set of building blocks, which will be rolled up into concepts much as genes produce proteins. So I do not want to go to one ontology or one classification.  ...  We're not only going to see all the genes; we're then going to see clinical tests based on gene expression.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jamia.2000.0070146 pmid:10730597 pmcid:PMC61467 fatcat:emaz7hkzgzgwdebf3thqvdjm5i
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