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KNOWLEDGE BASE
KNOWLEDGE-BASE
ROBUST
KNOWLEDGEBASE
KNOWLEDGE BASES
CASE-BASED REASONING
CLASSIFICATION SCHEME
DELPHI KNOWLEDGE BASE
AUTHORITATIVE ARTICLES
SEMANTIC SEARCH
KNOWLEDGE BASE ARTICLE
KNOLS
EXPERT SYSTEM
KNOWLEDGE BASE ARTICLES
VERBAL KNOWLEDGE BASE
CYC KNOWLEDGE BASE
KNOWLEDGE BASE SCRIPT
KNOWLEDGE CHUNKS
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
EXPERTS
OBJECT-ORIENTED KNOWLEDGE BASE
ONTOLOGIES
INFERENCE
INFERENCE ENGINE
ONTOLOGY
INFERENCE MECHANISM
STRUCTURE
INTEGRATED KNOWLEDGE BASE
PHPKB
REASONING
POWERLOOM
THESAURUS
GOAL
KNOL
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
KNOWLEDGE BASE SYSTEMS
INFERENCE RULE
SHARING KNOWLEDGE
LORE
MOZILLAZINE KNOWLEDGE BASE
KNOWLEDGE SHARING
KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
KNOWLEDGE BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
ORIGINAL THOUGHT
GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE BASE
SET OF RULES
MICROSOFT KNOWLEDGE BASE
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Knowledge Base

  1. A knowledge base is defined as a Searchable Database with Answers to the Questions. (Web site)
  2. The knowledge base is a collection of articles with one or more headers. (Web site)
  3. A Knowledge Base is a web based database of help and support for Microsoft products and services. (Web site)
  4. A knowledge base is classified into the different chunks such as for analyzing a model, modifying a model, and so on. (Web site)
  5. The Knowledge Base is a valuable resource for users of any Microsoft product or technology. (Web site)

Knowledge-Base

  1. The knowledge-base is a formal description of the problem. (Web site)
  2. A knowledge-base is a core component of an Expert System. (Web site)
  3. The knowledge-base is organized in three layers: skill layer, rule layer and knowledge layer (S-R-K layers). (Web site)

Robust

  1. A robust process structure is the backbone of any successful knowledge base.
  2. With a robust, dynamic, flexible and customizable knowledge base software like KBlance, who would want to look elsewhere. (Web site)
  3. A strategy for the construction of a robust LKB suitable for the modeling of ligand and complex behavior is outlined based on these observations. (Web site)

Knowledgebase

  1. A Knowledgebase is defined as a searchable database with answers to the questions.
  2. A knowledgebase is a place where you can store all kinds of information, your knowledge. (Web site)
  3. The Knowledgebase is a script written in PHP for creating a FAQ section on your website. (Web site)
  4. The knowledgebase is a tool to help you build a knowledgebase. (Web site)
  5. The knowledgebase is organized into various topics. (Web site)

Knowledge Bases

  1. Knowledge bases have explicit declarations of the concepts in the domain, along with the relations between them.
  2. Ontosaurus, a Web-based browser for Loom and PowerLoom knowledge bases is under development. (Web site)
  3. It will provide a powerful set of semantic tools to aid in organizing, debugging, validating and maintaining ontologies and knowledge bases. (Web site)
  4. WebLib is the developer of knowledge bases and specialized search technologies. (Web site)
  5. Automated support of the debugging of such knowledge bases is a necessary prerequisite for effective development of configurators. (Web site)

Case-Based Reasoning

  1. Case-Based Reasoning is a recent paradigm for problem solving that has an inherent learning capability.
  2. Case-based reasoning is a form of analogical reasoning in which the elementary unit is the "case", or situation. (Web site)
  3. Case-based reasoning is a problem solving paradigm that in many respects is fundamentally different from other major AI approaches. (Web site)
  4. Case-based reasoning is a prominent kind of analogy making. (Web site)
  5. Case-based reasoning is a recent approach to problem solving and learning that has got a lot of attention over the last few years. (Web site)

Classification Scheme

  1. A classification scheme is the set of rules used to assign classification values to vehicles.
  2. Classification scheme is an orderly arrangement of terms or classes - a class being any group of entities sharing the same characteristic(s).

Delphi Knowledge Base

  1. Delphi Knowledge Base is a unique collection of Delphi tips and articles where Delphi program mers can find ideas, solutions and share their experience. (Web site)
  2. Delphi Knowledge Base is a unique collection of Delphi tips and articles where Delphi programmers can find ideas, solutions and share their experience.
  3. Delphi Knowledge Base is a unique online collection of Delphi articles where Delphi programmers can find ideas, solutions and share their experience.

Authoritative Articles

  1. More specifically, Google says Knols are authoritative articles about specific topics, written by people who know about those subjects. (Web site)
  2. Knol encourages authors to write authoritative articles on specific subjects.
  3. Google announced yesterday that Knol — their source for authoritative articles — is now open to the public. (Web site)

Semantic Search

  1. Semantic search is a revolutionary way of retrieving search results on the Internet.
  2. Semantic search is a centralized system where semantic knowledge is embedded.
  3. Semantic search is a difficult technological endeavor; it takes time and patience.
  4. Semantic search is a hot area for both entrepreneurs and tech heavyweights. (Web site)
  5. Semantic search is a hot topic in the Search Engine industry.

Knowledge Base Article

  1. Note that the link in the intel article called "Microsoft's knowledge base article" is a dead link. (Web site)
  2. However, you may need to install the hotfix from Knowledge Base article Q317748 that corrects a problem which may affect the normal operation of SQL Server. (Web site)
  3. A knowledge base article is a type of structured content that is managed internally as part of a knowledge base. (Web site)

Knols

  1. Knols are authoritative articles about specific topics, written by people who know about those subjects."The key principle behind Knol is authorship.
  2. Knols are actually reliable articles about particular subjects which are written by people who have knowledge about those topics. (Web site)
  3. Knols are authoritative articles about specific topics, written by people who know about those subjects. (Web site)
  4. Knols are authoritative articles aboutspecific topics, written by people who know about those subjects. (Web site)
  5. Knols are indexed by the big search engines, of course.

Expert System

  1. An expert system is a computer program that captures the logic of an expert in regard to a well-defined problem or task.
  2. An expert system is a computer program that includes a representation of the experience, knowledge, and reasoning processes of an expert.
  3. An Expert system is a computer application that performs a task that would otherwise be performed by a human expert.
  4. An expert system is a collection of data which clearly defines in computer form the expertise usually found in a human undertaking the same task.
  5. An expert system is a computer application that solves complicated problems that would otherwise require extensive human expertise.

Knowledge Base Articles

  1. Knowledge Base articles can be found on the Microsoft Online Support web site.
  2. Instant Knowledge Base - Create custom knowledge base articles, fully searchable. (Web site)
  3. PHPKB automatically inserts the AdSense codes into your knowledge base articles without you having to manual add those codes into the articles. (Web site)
  4. Using keywords and query words in Knowledge Base articles may help you find the content that you are looking for more quickly. (Web site)
  5. The software has allows knowledge base authors to register a user account then publish new knowledge base articles. (Web site)

Verbal Knowledge Base

  1. Some people call our ancestors vedic as they had verbal knowledge base called Vedas.
  2. Here is one more thing to note, the ancient india had the tradition of verbal knowledge base.
  3. If your child has a well-established verbal knowledge base, this is rewarded on the WISC-IV (30% of the test) but not on the SB5 (10% of the test).

Cyc Knowledge Base

  1. She is responsible for a great deal of the knowledge presently in the Cyc knowledge base. (Web site)
  2. He is involved in the design and implementation of test suites for the Cyc knowledge base, the inference engine, and the underlying source code. (Web site)
  3. This is done both deductively, in response to explicit knowledgeelicitation rules, and inductively, from the existing content of the Cyc Knowledge Base.

Knowledge Base Script

  1. PHPKB Knowledge Base Script comes with full source code.
  2. Much awaited Version 2.0 of PHPKB Knowledge Base Script with multi language support has been released.
  3. PHPKB Knowledge Base Script & FAQ Software comes with 1 year of free online support and updates. (Web site)
  4. We offer free script installation service of PHPKB knowledge base script for the customers.
  5. Version 2.0 of PHPKB Knowledge Base Script with multi language support was much awaited by customers all over the world.

Knowledge Chunks

  1. The global knowledge base is a collection of these single knowledge chunks or their sub-structures. (Web site)
  2. The first new content type is knowledge chunks.
  3. In order for solving a problem a specific set of knowledge chunks is necessary. (Web site)
  4. Layered knowledge chunks for database inference.
  5. The scheme implicitly constructs links between " knowledge chunks " by assigning each chunk a location in a "context space".

Knowledge Management Systems

  1. -Chen, H. (2001). Knowledge management systems: A text mining perspective. (Web site)
  2. -Damodaran, L., & Olphert, W. (2000). Barriers and facilitators to the use of knowledge management systems. (Web site)
  3. A framework of knowledge management systems: Issues and challenges for theory and practice. (Web site)
  4. A review of metrics for knowledge management systems and knowledge management initiatives. (Web site)
  5. Technology - Law firms have the technology tools to implement state of the art knowledge management systems. (Web site)

Experts

  1. Experts are a special category of people, who can be readily recognized within their domains of expertise. (Web site)
  2. Experts are called in for advice on their respective subject, but they do not always agree on the particulars of a field of study. (Web site)
  3. Experts were then called upon to verify the context of the extracted rules.
  4. Experts: The concept at the heart of Citizendium is to bring in experts to oversee the radically-collaborative construction of an encyclopedia. (Web site)
  5. Experts are equated to the term "elitists" in the Wikipedia community. (Web site)

Object-Oriented Knowledge Base

  1. And an object-oriented-knowledge-base-systems presented in the present invention has an inference mechanism.
  2. A key word listed in an `thesaurus` of an object-oriented knowledge base system disclosed in the present invention is a `descriptor`.
  3. An'ideal dictionary'is usually used in an object-oriented knowledge base system disclosed in the present invention.

Ontologies

  1. Ontologies are nice, in theory, but difficult to extract value from, in practice. (Web site)
  2. Ontologies are the backbone of the semantic web, as they provide multiple links to data and therefore can support search and insightful navigation.
  3. Ontologies are broad , in that they cover a wide range of phenomena and situations.
  4. Ontologies are commonly encoded using ontology languages. (Web site)
  5. Ontologies are currently being investigated, for example, in order to transform the World-Wide Web into a far richer semantically based construct. (Web site)

Inference

  1. Inference : A logical conclusion drawn using one of several methods of reasoning, knowledge and data. (Web site)
  2. Inference is a relationship between sentences. (Web site)
  3. Inference is the act or process of deriving a conclusion based solely on what one already knows. (Web site)
  4. Inference is the act or process of drawing a conclusion based solely on what one already knows.

Inference Engine

  1. An inference engine is a computer program that tries to derive answers from a knowledge base. (Web site)
  2. The inference engine is a program that uses the various facts and rules of the knowledge base to arrive at conclusions regarding a specific given problem. (Web site)
  3. The inference engine is the component that manipulates the knowledge found in the knowledge base as needed to arrive at a result or solution. (Web site)
  4. The inference engine is the most important software component of an expert system.
  5. The inference engine is the processing (or -reasoning-) element of the expert system. (Web site)

Ontology

  1. An ontology is a hierarchically structured set of terms for describing a domain that can be used as a skeletal foundation for a knowledge base.
  2. An ontology is a system of categories for classifying and talking about the things that are assumed to exist. (Web site)
  3. An ontology is a formal, explicit representation of the conceptual structure of a field of knowledge.
  4. An Ontology is a formal explicit description of concepts in a domain of discourse.
  5. An ontology is a "specification of a conceptualization." This definition is a mouthful but it's actually pretty useful. (Web site)

Inference Mechanism

  1. The knowledge base is comparable to a data base; the inference mechanism to an algorithm.
  2. The main components are a knowledge base, an inference mechanism and a user interface.
  3. The next step is to select the appropriate inference mechanism.

Structure

  1. A knowledge base may use an ontology to specify its structure (entity types and relationships) and classification scheme. (Web site)
  2. Taxonomy structure is discussed in the NISO Z39.19 (2005) standard.
  3. The notion of social structure is intimately related to a variety of central topics in social science, including the relation of structure and agency. (Web site)
  4. The structure was designed and built by students of NTNU Trondheim.
  5. The term "structure" in this sense, refers to the structure of relationships in a design activity (159).

Integrated Knowledge Base

  1. The Integrated Knowledge base is a key part of our new transactional system in the branch offices, which will be web-browser based. (Web site)

Phpkb

  1. PHPKB is an Online Knowledge Base Software to reduce your workload and provide quick customer support to your website visitors.
  2. PHPKB is the most User Friendly and Administrator friendly knowledgebase system available today. (Web site)
  3. PHPKB is an Online-Knowledge-Base-Software to reduce your workload and provide quick customer support to your website visitors.
  4. PHPKB is the most User Friendly and Administrator friendly knowledgebase system available today. (Web site)

Reasoning

  1. Reasoning : A method of thinking. (Web site)
  2. Reasoning is the process of drawing conclusions from facts. (Web site)
  3. Reasoning: The primary reasoning mechanism is logical deduction which infers statements that logically follow from the asserted statements and rules.

Powerloom

  1. PowerLoom is a first-order predicate logic reasoning system.
  2. PowerLoom is a full-function, logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning system, that supports all aspects of knowledge-based applications.
  3. PowerLoom is a great system - if you are interested in AI, logic, reasoning systems, etc., then check it out.
  4. PowerLoom is a reasoning engine that is intended to be integrated into some host application software somewhat similar to a database system.
  5. PowerLoom is a registered trademark of the University of Southern California. (Web site)

Thesaurus

  1. A thesaurus is a controlled and dynamic vocabulary of semantically and generically related terms that cover a specific domain of Knowledge.
  2. A thesaurus is a controlled and dynamic vocabulary of semantically and generically related terms that covers a specific domain of Knowledge . (Web site)
  3. A thesaurus is a networked collection of controlled vocabulary terms. (Web site)
  4. A thesaurus is a strategic instrument for any organisation: it represents a network of related terms that functions as a reference knowledge base.
  5. A thesaurus is used by both professional computer users and end-users.

Goal

  1. The goal is to get people "just" the right information--just enough, just in time and from trusted sources--so they can do their jobs well.
  2. A goal is to make knowledge sharable, by encoding domain knowledge using a standard vocabulary based on the ontology.
  3. The goal is for knols to cover all topics, from scientific concepts, to medical information, from geographical and historical etc. (Web site)
  4. The goal is to achieve a natural conversation within the technological boundaries of speech recognition. (Web site)
  5. The goal is to create an online repository of verified information, not unlike Wikipedia.

Knol

  1. Knol - the name of which is derived from the word knowledge is being developed to allow people to create Web pages on virtually any topic.
  2. Knol is a bigger brand vehicle open to all, under your Authorship on Knol. (Web site)
  3. Knol is a Google project which aims to include user-written articles on a range of topics.
  4. A knol is an authoritative article about a specific topic.
  5. At the heart, a knol is just a web page; we use the word "knol" as the name of the project and as an instance of an article interchangeably.

Artificial Intelligence

  1. Artificial Intelligence is a field of science that has several goals. (Web site)
  2. Artificial Intelligence is the branch of computer science concerned with making computers behave like humans.
  3. John McCarthy coined the term "artificial intelligence" at the first conference devoted to the subject, in 1956.
  4. Artificial Intelligence is a branch of Science which deals with helping machines find solutions to complex problems in a more human-like fashion. (Web site)
  5. Artificial Intelligence is a combination of computer science, physiology, and philosophy. (Web site)

Knowledge Base Systems

  1. Knowledge Base Systems are an integration of conventional database systems with Artificial Intelligence techniques. (Web site)
  2. Knowledge Base Systems are an integration of conventional database systems with Artificial Intelligence techniques. (Web site)

Inference Rule

  1. An inference rule is a statement that has two parts, an if-clause and a then-clause. (Web site)
  2. Inference rule is defined for this expression (Table 1 in section 5.3.3). (Web site)
  3. An Inference Rule is a statement that has two parts, an if-clause and a then-clause. (Web site)
  4. An inference rule is a method of deriving conclusions from premises.

Sharing Knowledge

  1. Sharing knowledge is a valuable way of keeping scientists up to date with the latest technology, while Fellows gain experience and a wealth of contacts.
  2. Sharing knowledge is a positive activity in an organization. (Web site)
  3. Sharing knowledge is a good thing. (Web site)
  4. Sharing knowledge is a synergistic process – you get more out than you put in. (Web site)
  5. Sharing knowledge is a synergistic process --- you get more. (Web site)

Lore

  1. Lore is a professional knowledge base management system powered by PHP and MySQL.
  2. Lore: A database management system for semistructured data. (Web site)
  3. Lore is a database management system (DBMS) for XML, a simple and increasingly popular data model. (Web site)
  4. Lore is a database management system (DBMS) for XML. The Lore executables are available for public use.
  5. Lore is a journal for adjunct and graduate student teachers of writing published three times a year and edited by TAs, adjuncts, and assistant professors.

Mozillazine Knowledge Base

  1. The MozillaZine Knowledge Base is a wiki, and we welcome contributions from anyone.

Knowledge Sharing

  1. Knowledge sharing is a sensitive issue, as some team members may be reluctant to share information with their peers.
  2. Knowledge sharing is a new, popular online trend.
  3. Knowledge sharing is also the most important ingredient of innovation ( Bhirud et al, 2005). (Web site)
  4. Knowledge sharing is a chance- management exercise.
  5. Knowledge sharing is a context-embedded.

Knowledge Representation

  1. Knowledge representation is a subject in cognitive science as well as in artificial intelligence and knowledge modeling.
  2. A knowledge representation is a a scheme for collecting and preserving knowledge in an organized fashion. (Web site)
  3. Knowledge representation is a central problem in arranging knowledge. (Web site)
  4. Knowledge representation is an issue that arises in both cognitive science and artificial intelligence.
  5. Knowledge representation is the application of logic and ontology to the task of constructing computable models for some domain.

Knowledge Management

  1. Knowledge Management is the collection of processes that govern the creation, dissemination, and utilization of knowledge. (Web site)
  2. Knowledge Management is a multi-billion dollar world-wide market [citation needed].
  3. Knowledge Management is a narrowly focused, volunteer-based information access point.
  4. Knowledge Management is a term that's going to start cropping up here more often, but I need to try to define it. (Web site)
  5. Knowledge Management is the discipline that helps spread knowledge of individuals or groups across organizations in ways that directly affect performance. (Web site)

Knowledge Base Management System

  1. An advanced knowledge base management system based on PHP, MySQL, and Smarty.
  2. FIG. 6 shows a recommended constitution of an `object-oriented knowledge base management system`.
  3. Andy's PHP Knowledgebase is a database-driven knowledge base management system. (Web site)
  4. Lore is a professional knowledge base management system powered by PHP and MySQL.
  5. ISHII~AWA, H., ET AL. Object-oriented multimedia knowledge base management system: Design and implementation.

Original Thought

  1. Original thought is a good thing.
  2. Original thought is a kind of gift from the gods.
  3. Original thought is a requirement.

Global Knowledge Base

  1. The global knowledge base is a collection of these single knowledge chunks or their sub-structures. (Web site)
  2. The global knowledge base is a wonderful tool for helping librarians answer their reference questions.
  3. The global knowledge base is a collection of these single knowledge chunks or their sub-structures. (Web site)
  4. The global knowledge base is a valuable resource that we tap into regularly.

Set of Rules

  1. In most cases, a generative grammar is capable of generating an infinite number of strings from a finite set of rules.
  2. The "game" for the purposes of presenting it, as in this appendix, is the Initial Set of rules. (Web site)
  3. Because the rules are always changing, there is no absolute set of rules to Nomic. (Web site)
  4. A set of rules is a prescribed guide for conduct, telling you how to proceed with your next course of action. (Web site)
  5. A set of rules is a view set of rules if each rule is atomic and no head literal belongs to the DL signature.

Microsoft Knowledge Base

  1. Microsoft Knowledge Base is a database of articles about Microsoft products and technologies.
  2. The Microsoft Knowledge Base is a database of technical articles about Microsoft products and technologies. (Web site)
  3. The Microsoft Knowledge Base is a comprehensive and free online directory of answers to almost every Microsoft-related user problem.
  4. The Microsoft Knowledge Base is a primary Microsoft product information source that Microsoft support professionals use to help customers. (Web site)
  5. The Microsoft Knowledge Base is a searchable database that documents problems and fixes for most Microsoft products.

Categories

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  3. Reference > En > K > N > O > Knowledge Management" > Knowledge Management< > A > > En > K > N > O > Knowledge Representation" > Knowledge Representation< > A > > Ontologies > Software And Tools. / (Web site)
  4. Computers > Programming > Languages > Php > Scripts > Faq And En > K > N > O > Knowledgebase" > Knowledgebase< > A > . / (Web site)
  5. Reference > En > K > N > O > Knowledge Management" > Knowledge Management< > A > > Information Assets > Business Intelligence > Software. / (Web site)

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