Granular computing applied to ontologies

  title={Granular computing applied to ontologies},
  author={Silvia Calegari and Davide Ciucci},
  journal={Int. J. Approx. Reasoning},
Granular Computing is an emerging conceptual and computing paradigm of information processing. A central notion is an information-processing pyramid with different levels of clarifications. Each level is usually represented by ‘chunks’ of data or granules, also known as information granules. Rough Set Theory is one of the most widely used methodologies for handling or defining granules. Ontologies are used to represent the knowledge of a domain for specific applications. A challenge is to… CONTINUE READING
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