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Knowledge engineering in the context of related fields of research

  • J. Angele
  • D. Fensel
  • D. Landes
  • S. Neubert
  • R. Studer
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 546)

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Natural Language Expert System Knowledge Acquisition Knowledge Engineering Natural Language Text 
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  • J. Angele
  • D. Fensel
  • D. Landes
  • S. Neubert
  • R. Studer

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