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Terminological knowledge structure for intermediary expert systems

R Fidel
1995 Information Processing & Management  
An intermediary expert system (IES) helps both end users and professional searchers to conduct their online database searching.  ...  The model includes the end user, the intermediary mechanism, and the database. The intermediary mechanism may be a human being or some software, such as a front-end system or an expert system.  ...  We also thank Susanne Humphrey, Philip Smith, and Dagobert Soergel for their useful comments on an earlier version.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0306-4573(94)e0004-l fatcat:xxcagwbcafae3ck3awy5gtjmva

Terminological knowledge structure for intermediary expert systems

Raya Fidel, Efthimis N. Efthimiadis
1995 Information Processing & Management  
An intermediary expert system (IES) helps both end users and professional searchers to conduct their online database searching.  ...  The model includes the end user, the intermediary mechanism, and the database. The intermediary mechanism may be a human being or some software, such as a front-end system or an expert system.  ...  We also thank Susanne Humphrey, Philip Smith, and Dagobert Soergel for their useful comments on an earlier version.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0306-4573(95)80003-c fatcat:zif6kkwxpbhw3k7ewh3guq2ata

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

Vera Meister, Wenxin Hu, Mariia Rizun
2018 International Journal of Knowledge Engineering  
For analyzing and visualizing characteristic use cases, processes and roles, methods of systems analysis are applied.  ...  Index Terms-Taxonomy management, ontology management, knowledge engineering roles, knowledge engineering processes, classification of tools. I.  ...  Works related with the implementation of semantic applications or knowledge-based expert systems (e. g.  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijke.2018.4.1.095 fatcat:z7ewbk2zxne2ffvz2zsx3qyht4

Using SNOMED CT to identify a crossmap between two classification systems: a comparison with an expert-based and a data-driven strategy

Ferishta Bakhshi-Raiez, Ronald Cornet, Rob J Bosman, Hans Joore, Nicolette F de Keizer
2010 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
A reference terminology can serve as an intermediary to support this task.  ...  SNOMED CT can be used as an intermediary to solve the problem of crossmapping between versions of classification systems.  ...  Furthermore, the reliability of the crossmap depends on the skills and knowledge of the experts.  ... 
pmid:20841841 fatcat:kmxwat2b5zfjvna532agjbfebe

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1995 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
Original abstract-amended. 4695 Terminological knowledge structure for intermediary expert systems. R. Fidel and E. N. Efthimiadis.  ...  To provide advice for online searching about term selection and query expansion, an intermediary expert system should include a terminological knowledge structure.  ... 

Towards expert systems for the selection of search keys

Raya Fidel
1986 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
Intermediary expert systems are designed to mediate between end-users and complex information retrieval systems.  ...  Analysis of the searching behavior of human intermediaries revealed a routine for the selection of search keys-freetext or controlled vocabulary-along a decision tree.  ...  Travis for their helpful and insightful review of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(198601)37:1<37::aid-asi6>3.0.co;2-p fatcat:izgd7jxy55h5xarsi4yiity6ua

Towards expert systems for the selection of search keys

Raya Fidel
1986 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
Intermediary expert systems are designed to mediate between end-users and complex information retrieval systems.  ...  Analysis of the searching behavior of human intermediaries revealed a routine for the selection of search keys-freetext or controlled vocabulary-along a decision tree.  ...  Travis for their helpful and insightful review of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.4630370107 fatcat:tz7ln7tvavbjfosfxp3godgs7e

The three languages theory in information retrieval

Gilles Deschâtelets
1986 Knowledge organization  
This expertise includes: 1) knowledge of the database structure and indexing language, 2) knowledge of the host system query language, 3) knowledge of formal knowledge representation and search strategy  ...  One such path is intermediary expert systems designed to mediate between end-users and online sys tems.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-1986-3-126 fatcat:cq5azwbwvvht3nw2cqkgqo64ky

A Web Terminology Server Using UMLS for the Description of Medical Procedures

A. Burgun, P. Denier, O. Bodenreider, G. Botti, D. Delamarre, B. Pouliquen, P. Oberlin, J. M. Leveque, B. Lukacs, F. Kohler, M. Fieschi, P. Le Beux
1997 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
The authors developed a complete interface for the Web presentation, with the intermediary layer being written in PERL.  ...  A b s t r a c t The Model for Assistance in the Orientation of a User within Coding Systems (MAOUSSC) project has been designed to provide a representation for medical and surgical procedures that allows  ...  The authors thank the National Library of Medicine for having provided the UMLS knowledge sources.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jamia.1997.0040356 pmid:9292841 pmcid:PMC61253 fatcat:mvqj2iisvjhlxkfyzfba5v2jxq

Social empowerment and exclusion

Anne Adams, Ann Blandford, Peter Lunt
2005 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
a traditional approach); making computer systems, and hence digital libraries, available in shared spaces (in this case, hospital wards); and employing information intermediaries to work with staff and  ...  The traditional approach produced perceptions of technology as being irrelevant for current needs and community practices.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are grateful for the help and support of the hospitals and university studied, and of all individual participants, and to anonymous reviewers who gave constructive feedback on earlier  ... 
doi:10.1145/1067860.1067863 fatcat:napwwy2f3zcipjv4f7z7urh5yi

Elicitation behavior during mediated information retrieval

Amanda Spink, Abby Goodrum, David Robins
1998 Information Processing & Management  
, and users' knowledge and previous information-seeking.  ...  Implications of the findings for the development of a dialogue-based model of IR interaction based on a grammar of IR interaction framework and the design of IR systems are also discussed.  ...  The results give an indication of what search intermediaries (whether human or expert system) and users needed to know, what is not clear to users during an IR interaction process, and forms part of a  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4573(97)00059-9 fatcat:ehbzxifwlngyzkz6opcxtxmeva

EXPRESS: an experimental interface for factual information retrieval

G. Zinßmeister
1990 Proceedings of the 13th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '90  
In our approach, traditional thesaurus structures are extended in order to cope with these problems and to encode further domain-specific knowledge.  ...  The EXPRESS system bar been designed and implemented in order to explore methods for U.WT assistance in accessing compiexb structuredfactual databases, e.g. relationalproduct databases.  ...  Introduction Intelligent interfaces for Information Retrieval (TR) can bc based on different sorts of knowledge, such as knowledge about the user and his or her information need, expert strategies and  ... 
doi:10.1145/96749.98009 dblp:conf/sigir/HoppeALZ90 fatcat:hgd2hku4iff3xio3z7oooq77aq

Apparel Import Intermediaries

Jung E. Ha-Brookshire, Barbara Dyer
2008 Clothing & Textiles Research Journal  
The study explicates the critical role that classification systems and terminology play in firm identity, the tracking of economic data, and policy development within the U.S. apparel industry.  ...  of industry experts with years of immersion in apparel industry phenomena.  ...  First, the study identified the need for new terminology and provided a definition of AIIs that distinguishes them from apparel intermediary firms of the past.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0887302x07304479 fatcat:6kwak6l3rfb3pkqy4nmzwgdohu

Enabling social WEB for IoT inducing ontologies from social tagging

Mohammed Alruqimi, Noura Aknin
2019 International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT)  
for the domain terminology.  ...  for the domain terminology.  ...  As well, quite a number of works has been done to extract structured knowledge and develop ontologies from social tagging systems.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijict.v8i1.pp19-24 fatcat:6etdtt4syfbkvhdgvoq5cp5r3u

SmaCS: smart classification system for the design, maintenance and use of complex terminologies. Application in pediatric cardiology

F van den Heuvel, T Timmers, J Hess
1995 Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care  
The ability of SmaCS to create and maintain terminologies that are combinations of structured terms and domain-specific knowledge is an important aspect of its design.  ...  The development of a generic Smart Classification System (SmaCS) for the design, construction, maintenance, and use of complex controlled terminologies is described.  ...  A generic system for the construction of (medical) terminologies irrespective of their application domain and complexity, required an approach where the structures underlying specific terminologies could  ... 
pmid:8563349 pmcid:PMC2579055 fatcat:e3tlit26vbaxlk4ng2wdw4ac6m
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