Measuring Semantic Closeness of Ontologically Demarcated Resources
- Measuring Semantic Closeness of Ontologically Demarcated Resources
- 이상근; 이지혜; 박면웅; Michal Szymczak; Grzegorz Frackowiak; Maria Ganzha; Marcin Paprzycki
- ontological matchmaking; semantic closeness; recommender system; resource management; resource matching
- Issue Date
- Fundamenta informaticae
- VOL 96, NO 4, 395-418
- In our work, an agent-based system supporting workers in an organization is centered
around utilization of ontologically demarcated data. In this system, ontological matchmaking, understood
as a way of establishing closeness between resources, is one of key functionalities. Specifically,
it is used to autonomously provide recommendations to the user, who is represented by her/his
personal agent. These recommendations specify, which among available resources are relevant / of
interest to the worker. In this paper, we discuss our approach to measuring semantic closeness between
ontologically demarcated information objects, while a Duty Trip Support application is used
as a case study. General description of the algorithm is followed by a recommendation example
based on support for a worker who is seeking advice in planning a duty trip.
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