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Ontologies provide a structural organizational knowledge to support the exchange and sharing of information. Ontology learning techniques from text have emerged as a set of techniques to get ontologies from unstructured information. An important task in ontology learning is to get the taxonomy. For building a taxonomy, the identification of(More)
Nowadays, in a knowledge-driven economy, the organizations, public or private, require to make an appropriate managing knowledge assets to sustain competitive edge in global markets or in governmental services. Advances in Information and Communications Technologies have supported innovations in Knowledge Management (KM). Since the KM has been recognized as(More)
Ontologies provide a structural organizational knowledge, they support the exchange and sharing of information. Moreover, one of the main benefits of using ontologies is the ability to infer new knowledge that allows the development of more realistic applications such as semantic search, automated reasoning, classification, query answering, among others.(More)
The paper presents a semantic approach for storing and retrieving documents from a Corporate Semantic Web (CSW). We illustrate the approach through the embedding of two graphs G1 into G2. G1 represents the CSW and whose nodes represent a collection of documents having a common range of semantic indices. G2 represents a P2P storage network. We use " Ant(More)
This paper outlines the first stage of the ODARyT Tool, a semantic web approach to represent and retrieve information in a corporate memory. After a brief discussion about the meet points between semantic web and corporate memories, we describe our semantic approach related to a specific corporate memory located in the Networks and Telecommunication domain.(More)
Integrated health services are characterized by a high degree of collaboration and communication among health professionals, as well as a merge of political, administrative, and technical actions, which can allow the sharing of information among healthcare team members (physicians, nurses, managers, and other stakeholders) related to patient care, and(More)
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The Semantic Web has the purpose of making information available and understandable for computers and humans. However, some issues and challenges are present during this process. This paper presents a proposal of challenges in the Semantic Web. In this sense, we have considered an organization of three categories based on the general architecture proposed(More)