Personal Knowledge Models with Semantic Technologies

  title={Personal Knowledge Models with Semantic Technologies},
  author={M. V{\"o}lkel},
  • M. Völkel
  • Published 2011
  • Computer Science
  • Conceptual Data Structures (CDS) is a unified meta-model for representing knowledge cues in varying degrees of granularity, structuredness, and formality. CDS consists of: (1) A simple, expressive data-model; (2) A relation ontology which unifies the relations found in cognitive models of personal knowledge management tools, e. g., documents, mind-maps, hypertext, or semantic wikis. (3) An interchange format for structured text. Implemented prototypes have been evaluated. 
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