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Modeling Consensus Knowledge from Multiple Sources Based on Semantics of Concepts

Modeling Consensus Knowledge from Multiple Sources Based on Semantics of Concepts,Seppo Puuronen,Vagan Y. Terziyan

Modeling Consensus Knowledge from Multiple Sources Based on Semantics of Concepts   (Citations: 6)
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    • ...The voting-type technique [7,8] is used to manage knowledge obtained from multiple sources...

    Vagan Y. Terziyanet al. Decision support system for telemedicine based on multiple expertise

    • ...The knowledge about knowledge sources can also be considered as a context for knowledge base refinement as in [14, 15]...

    Vagan Y. Terziyanet al. MULTILEVEL CONTEXT REPRESENTATION USING SEMANTIC METANETWORK

    • ...One formalism, we have presented in [3], derives and uses competence of knowledge sources measured by the support that they receive from other sources...
    • ...In our research described in [3] we used th is formalism to handle three types of problems: 1) How to derive the most supported knowledge among all the experts in the domain area? 2) How to order the experts according to th eir competence when the focuses are: domain objects, their relations, the use of concepts to present knowledge? We referred to this problem as deriving horizontal order of experts according to their competence...
    • ...This example was used to describe the results of the three problems in [3]...
    • ...Fig. 1. Objects and concepts in the “Santa-Barbara” example Let us suppose (as in [3]) that three expert s (i.e...
    • ...() sup Li m n n × as in [3]: <{[SECTION]}>() ( ( ) )...

    Seppo PUURONENet al. Colleague-Oriented Interpretation of Knowledge Acquired from Multiple ...

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