Creating knowledge databases for storing and sharing people knowledge automatically using group decision making and fuzzy ontologies

J.A. Morente-Molinera, I.J. Pérez, M.R. Ureña, E. Herrera-Viedma
2016 Information Sciences  
Over the last decade, the Internet has undergone a profound change. Thanks to Web 2.0 technologies, the Internet has become a platform where everybody can participate and provide their own personal information and experiences. Ontologies were designed in an effort to sort and categorize all sorts of information. In this paper, an automatized method for retrieving the subjective Internet users information and creating ontologies is described. Thanks to this method, it is possible to
more » ... create knowledge databases using the common knowledge of a large amount of people. Using these databases, anybody can consult and benefit from the retrieved information. Group decision making methods are used to extract users information and fuzzy ontologies are employed to store the collected knowledge. (J.A. Morente-Molinera), ignaciojavier.perez@uca.es (I.J. Pérez), raquel@decsai.ugr.es (M.R. Ureña), viedma@decsai. ugr.es (E. Herrera-Viedma). http://dx.
doi:10.1016/j.ins.2015.08.051 fatcat:ytbqjvyjrrfnzkn6tktopwmv4u