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26 Feb Choosing an Ontology Framework

Knowledge Domains

Ontology is a knowledge representation language like Roger Schank‘s Semantic Networks and John Sowa‘s Conceptual Graphs or Doug Lenat‘s Semantic Web. An Ontology framework is the model (structure, function and content definition) in which you choose to build your ontology. Like a Relational Database or an Object Oriented Programming Language, an ontology has defined structures, functions […]

18 Sep Context is King Indeed

Knowledge Coordination Layer

There are many important innovations adding context to business processes and data to make information access, collaboration and analysis more effective. I just read another great perspective on context in collaboration showing how taxonomies add value to teams of knowledge workers. Adding context is especially needed in moving toward the knowledge enterprise. I contend that […]

07 Sep Quest for the Knowledge Enterprise

Knowledge Enterprise

Do you need a Private Eye? As an Intelligence Professional, my mission was to seek out information that others were trying to conceal. Do you ever feel like that is too often your task when trying to find the answers to life’s persistent questions, or even something you need to buy? In an enterprise, those answers […]

29 Aug Black Boxes: Specialized Areas of the Brain

Black Box

The Black Box Black Box is a term used to describe a mechanical device that does something inside, but whose functions are not visible from the outside. Specialized areas of the brain may operate as black boxes. Activation flows in and activation flows out, and what happens inside may have no direct affect on other […]

11 Jul [Hilbert 2011]

09 Jun The End of Code

Joe's Ontology

09 Jun AI Apps and Processes

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09 Jun Cybernetic Modeling

09 Jun Fuzzy Logic and the Mind-Brain Dichotomy

Fuzzy Guy

28 May Taxonomy-Ontology

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