Krissada Maleewong

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This paper presents an approach to enhance various intelligent services of a Web-based collaborative knowledge management system. The proposed approach applies the two widely-used argumentation technologies, namely IBIS and Toulmin’s argumentation schemes, to structurally capture the deliberation and collaboration occurred during the consensual knowledge(More)
This paper presents a <i>semantic argumentation approach</i> to collaborative ontology engineering which enables systematic and dynamic ontology deliberation to a community. It encourages members to collaboratively express ideas or solutions regarding an ontology development issue, and to submit arguments which support or oppose other members' ideas. To(More)
This paper presents a novel approach to harnessing collective intelligence that will allow a community to create, collaborate, and share knowledge based on the Semantic Argumentation Model (SAM). It encourages multiple users to express ideas or positions on complex issues, and to submit arguments that support or oppose the ideas of the other members. In(More)
This paper develops a Semantic Web application, namely WorldWideWatch or WWWatch, in short. By employment of Semantic Web technologies, WWWatch analyses and visualizes social networks between countries in the world from information extracted from online news archives. Such information is described using RDF/OWL ontology and stored in Sesame server. The(More)
Although Social Web has been successful at encouraging vast numbers of contributors to collaboratively create and share knowledge, and leading to unanticipated explosion of innovative ideas, the user-generated contents are confronted with poor quality and untrustworthy problems, while the online community deals with several conflicts occurred during the(More)
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