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Our proposed framework, Semantic-ART, considers the use of semantic annotation (SA) techniques to extract the regulations automatically. ... Converting regulatory texts to machine interpretable models can enhance the automation of compliance management (CM) processes. ... d) Semantic Annotation: This is the core phase of the framework which extracts the regulatory constraints for the organizational processes. ...doi:10.1145/2064713.2064727 dblp:conf/cikm/SapkotaADYB11 fatcat:oexgga3qyve6vogujiyigliy5u
The proposed framework uses a mapping algorithm, which considers three types of Abstract 3 entities in the regulatory-domain and two types of entities in the process-domains. ... The aggregate similarity score determines whether a regulatory guideline is related to an organisational process. The RegCMantic framework is validated through the development of a prototype system. ... Sapkota K, Aldea A, Younas M, Duce DA and Banares-Alcantara R (2011b) Semantic-ART: a framework for semantic annotation of regulatory text. ...doi:10.1145/2065003.2065021 dblp:conf/cikm/SapkotaADYB11a fatcat:kdx3cvk6xrhjpfj4ae4n6hsfey
Each chapter describes a problem or difficulty which these texts create for readers, and attempts to model that difficulty as clearly as possible in order to demonstrate how it forces readers to reassess ... The thesis maps how 'indeterminacy' as a concept within literary criticism conflicts with that model of criticism concerned primarily with the 'close reading' of texts and the hermeneutic elucidation of ... which elicits a maximum quantity of 'meaningfulness', loosely construed, from a minimum degree of semantic content, so enabling him to decentre 'poetry' as a supposedly semantic art, and allowing him ...doi:10.17863/cam.18167 fatcat:hxw5iwcnzfdzde66gcyppmyx5u