Giorgos Kourlimpinis

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Knowledge management has received great and ongoing attention during the last decades. The amount of knowledge and the interest for knowledge exploitation has been the spark for numerous attempts and proposals concerning knowledge representation, storage, usage, querying, acquisition and deduction. Ontologies offer an intuitive and expressive tool for these(More)
Over the last decade great expectations have been placed on Enterprise Knowledge Modelling and Management through ontologies. However, most of the existing ontological approaches concentrate on the internal part of business and the issue of e-Business process modelling still remains a big challenge for research to tackle. Furthermore, interoperability is(More)
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