Ontology-Driven Generation of Guidelines for Content Creation Purposes

Ontology-Driven Generation of Guidelines for Content Creation Purposes

Kambiz Badie (Knowledge Management & e-Organizations Group, IT Research Faculty, ICT Research Institute, Iran), Maryam Tayefeh Mahmoudi (Multi Media Group, IT Research Faculty, ICT Research Institute, Iran & Department of Computer Engineering, Alzahra University, Iran) and Mahmood Kharrat (Knowledge Management & e-Organizations Group, IT Research Faculty, ICT Research Institute, Iran)
Copyright: © 2015 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5888-2.ch654
OnDemand PDF Download:
$30.00
List Price: $37.50

Chapter Preview

Top

Background

Peculiarities of Ontology-Oriented Approach in Creating Knowledge

Making advantage of ontologies’ capacity may help our knowledge be understood by machines as well; the effect which is called machine readability (Ningombam et al., 2011; Fu et al., 2010). This fact leads us to the point that interplay between ontologies, as an approach to interaction between machines, or let say non-human agents, can achieve a high role in creating new knowledge as well. This is because the interplay between ontologies, like any other type of interplay, has basically the potential to form some sort of added knowledge different from both the explicit and implicit knowledge originally embedded in these ontologies. As an example, when interplay occurs between the “ontology of user model” on the one side, and the “ontology of IT services technologies” on the other side, a new knowledge can be created regarding “customized technologies,” which originally does not exist explicitly in these two ontologies.

Key Terms in this Chapter

Problem Context: A set of considerations constituting a problem situation including goal, constraints, as well as environmental conditions.

Content Creation: Process of creating a content as a collection of a variety of data coming together to achieve certain purposes.

Content-Ware: Whatever significant from the viewpoint of content, as a participative element in performing tasks.

Character-Ware: Whatever significant from the viewpoint of the characteristics essential to performing tasks.

Ontology-Driven Content Creation: Process of creating new contents based on using a variety of ontologies.

Techno-Ware: Whatever significant from the viewpoint of technical concerns, as participative elements in performing tasks.

Ontology-Driven: Any Process based on using ontology as a means for representing the knowledge essential to performing tasks.

Human-Ware: Whatever concerned with human being, as a participative element in performing tasks.

Complete Chapter List

Search this Book:
Reset