Cognitive Style Affecting Visual Ontology Design - KOMET Project Results

@inproceedings{Gavrilova2014CognitiveSA,
  title={Cognitive Style Affecting Visual Ontology Design - KOMET Project Results},
  author={Tatiana Gavrilova and Irina A. Leshcheva},
  booktitle={KEOD},
  year={2014}
}
The paper presents the main results of research performed within the KOMET (Knowledge and cOntent structuring via METhods of collaborative ontology design) project that was aimed at developing a novel paradigm for knowledge structuring. By knowledge structure we define the main domain concepts and relations between them in a form of graph, map or diagram. Knowledge structures represent conceptual models. This approach considers individual cognitive styles and uses recent advances in knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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