Engineering intelligent systems on the knowledge formalization continuum
|Engineering intelligent systems on the knowledge formalization continuum|
|Author(s)||Baumeister J., Reutelshoefer J., Puppe F.|
|Published in||International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science|
|Keyword(s)||Knowledge acquisition, Knowledge engineering, Semantic wiki (Extra: Academic projects, Building intelligent systems, Domain knowledge, Engineering knowledge, Flexible tool, Semantic wiki, Semantic Wikis, Text document, Engineering, Intelligent buildings, Intelligent systems, Knowledge representation, Mergers and acquisitions, Semantics, Knowledge acquisition)|
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Engineering intelligent systems on the knowledge formalization continuum is a 2011 journal article written in English by Baumeister J., Reutelshoefer J., Puppe F. and published in International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.
In spite of their industrial success, the development of intelligent systems is still a complex and risky task. When building intelligent systems, we see that domain knowledge is often present at different levels of formalization-ranging from text documents to explicit rules. In this paper, we describe the knowledge formalization continuum as a metaphor to help domain specialists during the knowledge acquisition phase. To make use of the knowledge formalization continuum, the agile use of knowledge representations within a knowledge engineering project is proposed, as well as transitions between the different representations, when required. We show that a semantic wiki is a flexible tool for engineering knowledge on the knowledge formalization continuum. Case studies are taken from one industrial and one academic project, and they illustrate the applicability and benefits of semantic wikis in combination with the knowledge formalization continuum.
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