Chiara Ghidini

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Chiara Ghidini is an author.

Publications

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Ontology evolution with semantic wikis Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing English 2012 One of the challenges of using ontology evolution approaches is the capability of exposing the ontology with information that may be used by third-party tools for tracking the updates carried out on the ontologies. In this paper we present and enhanced version of the MoKi tool equipped with an ontology evolution approach that permits to evolve an ontology by providing a mechanism for facing the tracking challenge. By considering, as use case, the context of the Organic.Lingua EU-project, we will discuss the effectiveness of the proposed approach and possible drawbacks. 0 0
Wiki-based conceptual modeling: An experience with the public administration Lecture Notes in Computer Science English 2011 The dematerialization of documents produced within the Public Administration (PA) represents a key contribution that Information and Communication Technology can provide towards the modernization of services within the PA. The availability of proper and precise models of the administrative procedures, and of the specific "entities" related to these procedures, such as the documents involved in the procedures or the organizational roles performing the activities, is an important step towards both (1) the replacement of paper-based procedures with electronic-based ones, and (2) the definition of guidelines and functions needed to safely store, catalogue, manage and retrieve in an appropriate archival system the electronic documents produced within the PA. In this paper we report the experience of customizing a semantic wiki based tool (MoKi ) for the modeling of administrative procedures (processes) and their related "entities" (ontologies). The tool has been used and evaluated by several domain experts from different Italian regions in the context of a national project. This experience, and the reported evaluation, highlight the potential and criticality of using semantic wiki-based tools for the modeling of complex domains composed of processes and ontologies in a real setting. 0 0
Wiki-based conceptual modeling: an experience with the public administration ISWC English 2011 0 0
MoKi: The Enterprise Modelling Wiki English 2009 Enterprise modelling focuses on the construction of a structured description, the so-called enterprise model, which represents aspects relevant to the activity of an enterprise. Although it has become clearer recently that enterprise modelling is a collaborative activity, involving a large number of people, most of the enterprise modelling tools still only support very limited degrees of collaboration. Within this contribution we describe a tool for enterprise modelling, called MoKi (MOdelling wiKI), which supports agile collaboration between all different actors involved in the enterprise modelling activities. MoKi is based on a Semantic Wiki and enables actors with different expertise to develop an enterprise model not only using structural (formal) descriptions but also adopting more informal and semi-formal descriptions of knowledge. 0 0
Collaborative enterprise integrated modelling CEUR Workshop Proceedings English 2008 Enterprise modelling focuses on the construction of a structured description, the so-called enterprise model, which represents (a subset of) the aspects relevant to the activity of an enterprise. Nowadays, knowledge engineering provides sophisticated methodologies and tools to support enterprise modelling and production of formal enterprise models. Recently, it has become clearer that enterprise modelling is a collaborative activity; however, most of the modelling techniques and tools devised so far do not consider this collaborative dimension properly. Therefore, we envisage the necessity to expand, extend, and generalize current methodologies in order to exploit this new dimension. In this line, we propose a flexible framework for enterprise modelling that supports an agile collaboration between the actors involved in the modelling activities, without sticking to a pre-defined protocol of interaction. This methodology produces an integrated enterprise model model that, not only contains a structural (formal) description, but it also includes more informal and semi-formal information. We also present a tool, based on a semantic wiki, that supports the proposed methodology. 0 0