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TitleSolving problem of ambiguity terms using ontology
Author(s)Jayadianti, Herlina
Nugroho, Lukito Edi
Pinto, Carlos Sousa
Santosa, Paulus Insap
Widayat, Wahyu
Issue date2014
PublisherUniversitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Yogyakarta Indonesia
Abstract(s)Humans as God's creatures were endowed with brain used to think and to process the received knowledge. Human brain links knowledge into a giant network of ideas, memories, predictions and beliefs. Everything is interconnected in the brain. Human can understand the meaning of the same variable even if that variable has an ambiguous meaning. In another scenario, humans can understand the same thing based on different terms. People can argue and debate with one another about any problem to get a better solution. The different understanding of terms is not a big problem for human brain but imagine if it happens between computers or between humans and computers! Based on this problem we want to provide a model of managing knowledge in situations where terms can generate ambiguity. Knowledge representation process is a good approach to organize and share knowledge. We use ontologies as a technique to represent the particular knowledge stored in each computer and to find correspondences between the concepts used in those ontologies.
AccessOpen access
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