Distributed knowledge networks: towards a new paradigm for delivering knowledge

  title={Distributed knowledge networks: towards a new paradigm for delivering knowledge},
  author={Alfredo Cuzzocrea and Fernando Bellas},
  journal={International Conference on Information Technology: Coding and Computing, 2004. Proceedings. ITCC 2004.},
  pages={118-123 Vol.1}
Knowledge personalization is currently the most investigated issue in the context of service-oriented systems. Knowledge representation and management are the subtended critical issues for knowledge personalization, and currently they are largely studied, principally thanks to the explosion of data modelling technologies such as XML and XMLSchema. Despite to some progress, currently, a widely approved standard for delivering knowledge is still missing. In this paper, we propose the definition… CONTINUE READING
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