Sharing and Comparing Information about Knowledge Engineering
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Nowadays, researchers and developers in knowledge engineering do not add information about their ideas and tools into a shared semantic network. They use documents (articles, emails, documentations, etc.). Therefore, finding and comparing tools or techniques for learning purposes or for solving a problem is a lengthy process (with most often sub-optimal results) that involves reading many documents partly redundant with each other. Our knowledge server WebKB-2 supports the collaborative building of a formal or semi-formal semantic network, and we have begun creating such a network to permit a scalable sharing of information about knowledge engineering. This article illustrates this work, its principles, and an approach to ease the representation and comparison of tools or techniques.
WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications
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