The advancement of a Semantic Web both entails and promotes new collaborative practices in Web content management, e.g. for e-business applications. These practices involve cognitive interactions which must be taken into account in the aims of the Semantic Web, and encouraged by using and completing its standards, with a Knowledge Engineering approach.
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Richness of current websites or hypermedia, the continuous evolution of them, can cause complexity in the structure of these hypermedia and some difficulties in navigation. From their early first design but also during their different evolution, it may be useful to test accessibility of offered information. The use of testing robots - complexes to be… (More)
Narration is a usual mode of sense-making in the new, ambiguous or equivocal situations. Here we characterize the role of narration in situations of comprehension and collective problem solving. Then we present an approach of modeling of narrative knowledge and the associated tool-HyperStoria-which makes it possible to assist a group in the acquisition and… (More)
Periodic hypokaliemic paralysis is an usual cause of severe hypokaliemia. Thyrotoxicosis periodic paralysis (TPP) is less common. Incidence is high in Asian people and rarely reported in caucasian people. We describe the case of a young caucasian male, with a TPP. Clinical symptoms of hypokaliemia are strong, when thyrotoxicosis symptoms appear only on… (More)