Hong-Gee Kim

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Tagging has proven to be a successful and efficient way for creating metadata through a human collective intelligence. It can be considered not only an application of individuals for expressing one’s interests, but also as a starting point for leveraging social connections through collaborative user participations. A number of users have contributed to tag(More)
Hak Lae Kim, Simon Scerri, John G. Breslin, Stefan Decker and Hong Gee Kim Digital Enterprise Research Institute, National University of Ireland, Galway IDA Business Park, Lower Dangan, Galway, Ireland Email: {haklae.kim, simon.scerri, john.breslin, stefan.decker}@deri.org Biomedical Knowledge Engineering Lab, Seoul National University Jong-Ro Gu, Yeon-Gun(More)
In this paper we give an overview of the int.ere.st for a social tagging, bookmarking, and sharing service. It is based on the SCOT ontology. The SCOT ontology can represent the structure and semantics for social tagging data and provide methods for sharing and reusing them. We describe how it enables users to participate in a semantic social tagging from(More)
OBJECTIVE Development of a Semantic Web technology based system for the formalization of the gross description. METHOD A system is developed using the Java-2 platform. It is based on a light-weight version of the Galen top level ontology. Web technologies like XML, SAX en DOM have been used. RESULT Three system components have been developed to support(More)
Participating in scholarly events (e.g., conferences, workshops, etc.) as an elite-group member such as an organizing committee chair or member, program committee chair or member, session chair, invited speaker, or award winner is beneficial to a researcher’s career development.The objective of this study is to investigate whether elite-group membership for(More)
Social tagging in online communities has become an important method for reflecting classified thoughts of individual users. A number of social Web sites provide tagging functionalities and also offer folksonomies within or across the sites. However, it is practically not easy to find users’ interests based on such folksonomies. In this paper, we provide a(More)
Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) play an important role in improving the quality of care and patient outcomes. Although several machine-readable representations of practice guidelines implemented with semantic web technologies have been presented, there is no implementation to represent uncertainty with respect to activity graphs in clinical practice(More)
Intelligent agents are applied to automate the process of negotiation. Typical multi-agent negotiation strategies only allow the exchange of precise quantitative values as attributes. In the real-world applications, many of the negotiation issues such as qualitative concepts, cannot be expressed by exact numeric values. In this paper, we propose a new(More)