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When it comes to design and editing, complex ontologies have much in common with large and complex software systems. The ontology editor presented in this article adapts two solution approaches from software engineering to the task of ontology editing following the rationale that similar problems can be tackled with similar solutions. The first of...
Semantic computing relies on knowledge. Ontologies are a most common means for knowledge representation and they are widely used in numerous semantic applications. While ontologies are both useful and easy-to-use, they are not easy to build and edit. Ontologies can represent complex real-world domains and concepts, much like a code in a modern prog...
Forgetting is one of the common problems in learning. While students might grasp an idea when it is being presented in a lecture they might only vaguely remember it two weeks later and they might have completely forgotten it when the final exams are due. One way out of this is concentrated learning right before the test, also called cramming, massi...