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Towards Solving the Interdisciplinary Language Barrier Problem

@article{Paquet2001TowardsST,
  title={Towards Solving the Interdisciplinary Language Barrier Problem},
  author={S{\'e}bastien Paquet},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2001},
  volume={cs.CY/0110041}
}
This work aims to make it easier for a specialist in one field to find and explore ideas from another field which may be useful in solving a new problem arising in his practice. It presents a methodology which serves to represent the relationships that exist between concepts, problems, and solution patterns from different fields of human activity in the form of a graph. Our approach is based upon generalization and specialization relationships and problem solving. It is simple enough to be… Expand
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