Irene Matzakou

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In this chapter we investigate possible ways to bridge the gap among the different and heterogeneous ways in which enterprises currently organize their internal knowledge. The reason for that is the lack of Enterprise Interoperability which results into significant costs both in terms of time and money, as well as in terms of information loss, which arise(More)
Today, enterprises to be efficient and competitive within their business environments should seamlessly adapt, collaborate and interoperate with each other. However, the diversity in the way they organize their knowledge through ontologies, brings about the crucial need for establishing semantic interoperability between all communicating parties. One(More)
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