Visual Knowledge Modeling for Semantic Web Technologies: Models and Ontologies

Visual Knowledge Modeling for Semantic Web Technologies: Models and Ontologies

Gilbert Paquette (LICEF Research Center, Canada)
Indexed In: SCOPUS
Release Date: June, 2010|Copyright: © 2010 |Pages: 494
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-839-5
ISBN13: 9781615208395|ISBN10: 1615208399|EISBN13: 9781615208401
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Description & Coverage
Description:

How can we make the Web more useful, more intelligent, and more knowledge intensive to fulfill our demanding learning and working needs?

Visual Knowledge Modeling for Semantic Web Technologies: Models and Ontologies aims to make visual knowledge modeling available to individuals as an intellectual method and a set of tools at different levels of formalization. It aims to provide to its readers a simple, yet powerful visual language to structure their thoughts, analyze information, transform it to personal knowledge, and communicate information to support knowledge acquisition in collaborative activities.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Modeling competencies
  • Modeling for knowledge management
  • Modeling for learning
  • Modeling for research and communication
  • Modeling for tools and environments specification
  • Modeling multi-actor activity scenarios
  • Modeling tools and techniques
  • Representing knowledge
  • Visual modeling in practice
  • Visual ontology modeling and the Semantic Web
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Editor/Author Biographies
Gilbert Paquette holds a Ph.D from the Université du Maine (FRANCE) in Artificial Intelligence and Education. Researcher at the Center for Interuniversity Research on Telelearning Applications, (CIRTA-LICEF) he has founded in 1992, Gilbert Paquette holds a Canada Research Chair in Cognitive and Educational Engineering, has acted as the Scientific Director of the LORNET Canadian research network and is a professor at Télé-université du Québec in Montreal. In 2007, he has received an Honoris Causa Doctorate from the University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI). He has pioneered strategic projects in the field of knowledge-based systems, instructional engineering and distance education. Recent publications include three books on technology-based learning. He has given invited conferences in many parts of the world and sits on the scientific committee for six Journals, three in France, one in the US and two in Canada. He is “fellow” of the World Technology Network, a group of international experts. He represents Canada on the Globe consortium on learning objects and sits on the scientific committee of the European networks TENCompetence and Share-TEC. He has also founded two companies and has acted as Minister for Science and Technology in the Quebec Government (1982-1984).
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