Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases XVII: Volume 136 by J. Henno, H. Jaakkola Y. Kiyoki

By J. Henno, H. Jaakkola Y. Kiyoki

At the moment, the structural complexity of knowledge assets, the range of abstraction degrees of data, and the scale of databases and information bases are regularly starting to be. we face the advanced difficulties of structuring, sharing, dealing with, looking and mining facts and data from a large number of advanced info assets latest in databases and information bases. New methodologies in lots of components of data modelling and data bases are anticipated to supply refined and trustworthy suggestions to those difficulties. the purpose of this sequence of knowledge Modelling and data Bases is to supply examine groups in info modelling and data bases with clinical effects and studies completed through the use of leading edge methodologies in computing device technology and different disciplines relating to linguistics, philosophy, and psychology. the chosen papers hide many parts of data modelling, inspiration theories, database semantics, wisdom bases and structures, software program engineering, WWW info managements, context-based info entry areas, ontological expertise, photo databases, temporal and spatial databases, record facts managements, and plenty of more.

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-Databases and knowledge systems
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Polimetrica International Scientific Publisher, pp. 115-153. [10] Ganter, B. and Wille, R. 1999: Formal Concept Analysis. Berlin: Springer – Verlag, [11] Gordon, M. J. C. and Melham, T. F. (Eds) 1993: Introduction to HOL: A Theorem Proving Environment for Higher Order Logic. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. M. Duží and A. Heimbürger / OWLs: Theory and Practice – Will They Ever Meet? 37 [12] Hayes, P. and Menzel, Ch. pdf>. [13] Heimbürger, A. 2004: Time-sensitive Relationship Management in Technical Manuals.

Ganter-Wille [10] theory defines formal concept as the couple (extent, content) and makes use of the classical law of inversion between extent and content, which holds for the conjunctive composition of attributes. Due to this law a partial ordering can be defined on the set of formal concepts, which establishes a concept lattice. Actually, ontologies viewed as classifications are based on this framework. All these classical theories make use of the FOL apparatus classifying relations between concepts that are not ontologically defined here.

A topic type is a category to which one given topic instance belongs. A topic may be linked to one or more information resources that are relevant to the topic in some way. Such resources are called occurrences of the topic. Occurrences are information resources relevant to a topic. Topics can be related through some association expressing given semantics. Just as topic and occurrences can be grouped according to type so can also associations between topics be grouped according to their types. 24 M.

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