Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Ontology in Information Science

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Ciza Thomas
Ciza Thomas

Government of Kerala,
India

Published08 March 2018

Doi10.5772/65599

ISBN978-953-51-3888-4

Print ISBN978-953-51-3887-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-3985-0

Copyright year2018

Number of pages310

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Open access  chapters

1. Information Architecture for Organizations: An Ontological Approach

By Maurício B. Almeida, Christiano P. Pessanha and Renata Barcelos

1,979
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2. Ontology for Application Development

By Larysa Globa, Rina Novogrudska, Alexander Koval and Vyacheslav Senchenko

1,875
8
3. Examples of Ontology Model Usage in Engineering Fields

By Larysa Globa, Rina Novogrudska, Alexander Koval and Vyacheslav Senchenko

2,507
2
4. Towards Semantic Knowledge Maps Applications: Modelling the Ontological Nature of Data and Information Governance in a R&D Organization

By Ivo Pierozzi Junior, Patrícia Rocha Bello Bertin, Claudia De Laia Machado and Alessandra Rodrigues da Silva

1,487
1,492
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7. Ontology: Core Process Mining and Querying Enabling Tool

By Kingsley Okoye, Syed Islam and Usman Naeem

1,969
5
9. Semantic Remote Sensing Scenes Interpretation and Change Interpretation

By Fethi Ghazouani, Imed Riadh Farah and Basel Solaiman

1,722
3

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