Eveline R. Sacramento

Eveline R. Sacramento
University of Aveiro | UA · Department of Communication and Art

Phd in Informatics by PUC-Rio (Brasil)
Informatics researcher at INET-md

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Introduction
Eveline's research mainly focuses on conceptual database modeling and semantic data integration. During her PhD (2011-2015), she worked with the following topics: semantic web, linked data, data combinations, constraint checking and consistent data integration. During her postdoc (2020-2021), she was a researcher of the Department of Communication and Art (DECA) at the University of Aveiro, in the area of Sciences and Communication Technologies, and a visiting researcher in CeNTER project.
Additional affiliations
January 2017 - September 2020
Fundaçao Cearense de meteorologia e Recursos Hidricos
Position
  • Researcher
September 2015 - December 2016
Fundaçao Cearense de meteorologia e Recursos Hidricos
Position
  • Systems Engineer
November 2014 - May 2015
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro
Position
  • Fellow Ph.D.

Publications

Publications (21)
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This study is part of a research conducted under the CeNTER Program, an interdisciplinary project that aimed to promote the development of the Centro Region of Portugal. The general contribution of this paper is the evaluation of a mobile application prototype to promote the collaboration between the various agents involved in the areas of Tourism,...
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Digital media can provide an essential contribution to the development of local communities by creating digital environments that facilitate the sharing of information, dissemination of knowledge, and construction of organizational learning. Digital media can also promote interaction and collaboration processes among different regional agents, fost...
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This paper presents the prototyping and evaluation of a mobile application that is being developed to promote territorial-based innovation. It also describes the methodological procedures adopted for the application design and evaluation phases involved in its construction. To carry out a proof of concept of the prototype with a focus on usability,...
Conference Paper
This study is part of a larger research effort taking place under the umbrella of CeNTER Program, an interdisciplinary project that aims to promote the development of the Centro Region of Portugal. The general contribution of this paper is the evaluation of a mobile application prototype that promotes collaboration between the various agents involv...
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RESUMO Entre as manifestações da segregação de gênero no lócus laboral, está a segregação hierárquica. Esse fenômeno é denominado “teto de vidro” (Cotter et al., 2001) e caracteriza-se pela menor velocidade com que as mulheres usualmente ascendem na carreira profissional, resultando em sua baixa participação em cargos de comando das empresas e, con...
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A inovação é um fenômeno dependente de interações consolidadas entre os atores relevantes de um processo, tendo a firma no foco do processo, por sua interação direta com o consumidor, e entre esses e o arcabouço institucional capacitado para apoiar tal processo inovador em todas as suas etapas. Um ecossistema de inovação, pela própria definição de...
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With the amount of data available on the Web, consumers can “mashup” and quickly integrate data from different sources belonging to the same application domain. However, data mashups constructed from independent and heterogeneous data sources may contain inconsistencies and, therefore, puzzle the user when observing the data. This thesis addresses...
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Este artigo busca estabelecer uma comparação sobre as visões do uso de plataformas de desenvolvimento de software e a adoção do conceito de inovação aberta, entre empresas de base tecnológica especificamente focadas nas tecnologias da informação e da comunicação, localizadas em incubadoras brasileiras e portuguesas.
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This position paper argues that certain familiar ontology design problems are profitably addressed by treating ontologies as theories and by defining a set of operations that create new ontologies, including their constraints, out of other ontologies. The paper first illustrates how to use the operations in the context of ontology reuse. It goes fu...
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We argue that certain familiar ontology design problems are profitably addressed by treating ontologies as theories and by defining a set of operations that create new on-tologies, including their constraints, out of other ontologies. Such operations extend the idea of namespaces to take into account constraints. Consider first the problem of desig...
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The best practices for Linked Data design recommend reusing known ontologies. However, the process of reusing an ontology involves two issues: (1) selecting a set of terms from the ontology vocabulary; and (2) using the ontology constraints to derive those that apply to such terms. The first issue is quite simple and corresponds to the familiar pra...
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In this paper we present an approach for rewriting queries between heterogeneous ontologies. In our query rewriting solution, we combine the semantics and expressiveness of SPARQL with notions of logic programming and adopt a rule-based formalism for representing mappings between ontologies. We also deal with some relevant questions, including: str...
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Data mashups constructed from independent sources may contain inconsistencies, puzzling the user that observes the data. This paper formalizes the notion of consistent data mashups and introduces a heuristic procedure to compute such mashups.
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The process of reusing an ontology involves two issues: (1) selecting a set of terms from the ontology vocabulary; and (2) using the ontology con-straints to derive those that apply to such terms. The first issue corresponds to the familiar practice of importing namespaces. This paper proposes to address the second issue by introducing a set of ope...
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In this paper, we present a three-level ontology-based framework for effectively designing GAV data integration systems. In our approach, the mediated schema is represented by a domain ontology, which provides a conceptual representation of the application. Each local source is described by an application ontology, whose vocabulary is restricted to...
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In the Semantic Web, domain ontologies can provide the necessary support for linking together a large number of heterogeneous data sources. In our proposal, these data sources are describe as local ontologies using an ontology language. Then, each local ontology is rewritten as an application ontology, whose vocabulary is restricted to be a subset...
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XML has emerged as the standard format for information exchange in Internet. However, the versatility of XML as a data model and the expressive power of XML query languages can lead to complex integration architectures. Moreover, XML is not appropriated for describing data semantics. So, designing a XML-based Data Integration System, which combines...
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1 The Proposed Framework Ontologies have been extensively used to model domain-specific knowledge. The main reason for this success is due to their capability to be at the "semantic" level, away from data structures and implementation strategies. In addition, ontology formalisms have allowed certain kinds of reasoning to be automated within a reaso...

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The “CeNTER – Community-led Networks for Territorial Innovation” Program aims at identifying the policy tools which best allow for the valorisation of territorial resources in order to promote employment and quality of life in Centro Region, Portugal. The main outcome of the Program will be a proposal of a territorial innovation model led by community and powered by digital media, as well as an impact assessment framework that will foster the foundation of an Observatory for Human Capital and regional innovation performance in the University of Aveiro.