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Knowledge Engineering: Principles and methods

AuthorsStuder, Rudi; Benjamins, V. Richard; Fensel, Dieter
KeywordsInformation integration
Knowledge acquisition
Knowledge engineering
Problem-solving method
Issue Date1998
CitationData and Knowledge Engineering 25: 161- 197 (1998)
AbstractThis paper gives an overview of the development of the field of Knowledge Engineering over the last 15 years. We discuss the paradigm shift from a transfer view to a modeling view and describe two approaches which considerably shaped research in Knowledge Engineering: Role-limiting Methods and Generic Tasks. To illustrate various concepts and methods which evolved in recent years we describe three modeling frameworks: CommonKADS, MIKE and PROTÉGÉ-II. This description is supplemented by discussing some important methodological developments in more detail: specification languages for knowledge-based systems, problem-solving methods and ontologies. We conclude by outlining the relationship of Knowledge Engineering to Software Engineering, Information Integration and Knowledge Management.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/S0169-023X(97)00056-6
issn: 0169-023X
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