Ontologies

A Handbook of Principles, Concepts and Applications in Information Systems

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ISBN: 978-0-387-37019-4 (Print) 978-0-387-37022-4 (Online)

Table of contents (32 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

  2. Foundations of ODIS

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      The Road Toward Ontologies

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      Pages 21-47

      Use of Ontologies for Organizational Knowledge Management and Knowledge Management Systems

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      Pages 49-77

      Ontological Evaluation of Business Models: Comparing Traditional and Component-Based Paradigms in Information Systems Re-Engineering

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      Pages 79-113

      Using Ontologies in the Semantic Web: A Survey

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      Pages 115-142

      Positivism or Non-Positivism — Tertium Non Datur

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      Pages 143-169

      Ontology, Life-World, and Responsibility in IS

  3. Ontological Engineering

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      Pages 171-171

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      Pages 173-213

      An Ontological Approach to Develop Knowledge Intensive CBR Systems

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      Pages 215-264

      MDA Standards for Ontology Development

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      Pages 265-296

      Ontology Specification and Integration for Multimedia Applications

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      Pages 297-318

      Ontology Revision

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      Pages 319-338

      Modeling and Reasoning About Changes in Ontology Time Series

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      Pages 339-372

      Machine Learning-Based Maintenance of Domain-Specific Application Ontologies

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      Pages 373-402

      MnM: Semi-Automatic Ontology Population from Text

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      Pages 403-431

      An Ontological Approach to Requirements Elicitation Technique Selection

  4. ODIS Architectures

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      Pages 433-433

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      Pages 435-459

      Use of Ontology for Automating Knowledge Intensive Business Processes

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      Pages 461-487

      Using Ontologies to Create Object Model for Object-Oriented Software Engineering

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      Pages 489-517

      An Ontology-Based Exploration of Knowledge Systems for Metaphor

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      Pages 519-543

      The Knowledge Collective Framework Makes Ontology Based Information Accessible, Maintainable, and Reusable

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      Pages 545-561

      Information Systems Aspects and the Ontology of Hypermedia Systems

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      Pages 563-584

      Ontology-Enabled Database Management Systems

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