Andreia Malucelli

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In a dynamic environment of e-commerce negotiations where transactions involve interaction among different enterprises, using different representations and terminologies, a common understanding is crucial. This paper combines the use of ontologies and agent technologies to help in solving the heterogeneity problem in e-commerce negotiations. The result is(More)
In this thesis we propose the development of ontology-based services to facilitate the interoperability among heterogeneous agents that belong to a multi-agent system (MAS) dedicated to business-to-business (B2B) electronic commerce. These services will be integrated in an Electronic Institution to support the automatic negotiation required to the formation(More)
Researchers investigated how agile software development teams evolve. They analyzed nine teams' evolution of practices and found that the process was idiosyncratic. Each team adopted practices on the basis of its circumstances and improved the practices on the basis of the challenges it faced. Using this research, the researchers designed the Agile Compass,(More)
E-Learning is a process in which electronic medium is used to access the defined set of applications and processes. In e-Learning environment, automatic classification of learning materials is essential due to lack of common vocabulary of the knowledge area in some context. Ontology has the potential to play an important role in representing an area of(More)
OBJECTIVE To identify, with the assistance of computational techniques, rules concerning the conditions of the physical environment for the classification of risk micro-areas. METHODS Exploratory research carried out in Curitiba, Southern Brazil, in 2007. It was divided into three phases: the identification of attributes to classify a micro-area; the(More)
This paper presents the ISO 18.104:2003 as an integrative model of nursing terminology. It describes the standard, studies and experiences with its use and discusses possibilities to develop knowledge in the field. The standard has been shown to be effective in developing reference terminologies, and as a standard method for interoperability and reuse.(More)