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|Title: ||Improving Semantics In Mobile Devices Profiling: A Model Conceptual Formalisation and Ontology Specification|
|Authors: ||Lino, N|
|Issue Date: ||Nov-2004|
|Citation: ||Lino, N., Tate, A. and Chen-Burger, Y. (2004) Improving Semantics in Mobile Devices Profiling: A Model Conceptual Formalisation and Ontology Specification, Workshop on Semantic Web Technology for Mobile and Ubiquitous Applications at the 3rd International Semantic Web Conference, Hiroshima, Japan, 7-11 November 2004.|
|Abstract: ||In this work we discuss and propose a new approach for semantic enhancement in mobile devices profiling. This work is motivated by the lack of semantic in existing profiling methods and is part of a broaden framework for visualisation of intelligent planning information in collaborative environments.
In this paper, before the discussion of this new model, its knowledge representation
and ontology specification concepts, we argue about problems in existing profiling methods.|
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|Sponsor(s): ||CAPES Foundation|
Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute
|Appears in Collections:||Informatics Publications|
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