Engineering expressive knowledge with semantic wikis
|Engineering expressive knowledge with semantic wikis|
|Author(s)||Baumeister J., Nalepa G.J.|
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|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Authoring process, Common ground, Continuous improvements, Fundamental characteristics, Semantic wiki, Semantic Wikis, Intelligent systems, Knowledge representation, Semantics)|
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Semantic wikis are successfully used in various application domains. Such systems combine the flexible and agile authoring process with strong semantics of ontologies. The current state-of-the-art of systems, however, is diverse in the sense of having a common ground. Especially, the expressiveness of the knowledge representation of semantic wikis undergoes continuous improvement. In the paper, two semantic wiki implementations are discussed, that are both extending semantic wiki implementations by strong problem-solving knowledge. We compare their approaches and we aim to condense the fundamental characteristics of a strong problem-solving wiki.
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